List Of Handgun Cartridges

2.34mm - rimfire round used in MTH's Swiss Mini Gun.
2.7mm Kolibri - the smallest commercially available centerfire cartridge ever made
3mm Kolibri
4mm Practice Cartridge GECO
4mm Practice Cartridge M. 20
4.25mm Liliput
.17 Mach 2
.17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire
.17-357 RG
4.5x26mm
4.6x30mm
5mm Bergmann
5mm Bergmann Rimless
5mm Clement
5.5mm Velo Dog
.22 BB
.22 CB
.22 Short
.22 Long
.22 Long Rifle
.22 WMR (.22 Magnum)
.22 Reed Express
.22 Remington Jet (.22 Jet, .22 Centerfire Magnum)
.221 Remington Fireball
.224 BOZ
5.45x18mm (5.45mm PSM)
5.7x28mm
5.8x21mm (5.8mm Chinese pistol)
.25 ACP (6.35 mm Browning)
6.5mm Bergmann
.25 NAA
.256 Winchester Magnum
7mm Nambu
7mm Bench Rest Remington (7mm BR)
7.65mm Brev.
7.62x25mm Tokarev
7.62x38mmR (7.62x38mm Nagant)
7.62x42mm SP-4 (a Russian cartridge with an internal piston for silent operation)
7.63x25mm Mauser
7.65x25mm Borchardt
7.65mm Roth-Sauer (7.65mm Frommer)
7.65x22mm Parabellum (7.65x22mm Luger, .30 Luger)
7.65mm Longue (7.65mm MAS, 7.65mm Long)
7.65mm Mannlicher (7.63mm Mannlicher in Austria, 7.65x21mm in the United States)
.30 Wildey (.30 Wildey Magnum)
.32 ACP (7.65x17mm Browning SR)
7.62x17mm Type 64 (7.62x17mm, 7.62x17mm Chinese)
.32 NAA
.32 S&W
.32 S&W Long (.32 Colt New Police)
.320 Revolver
.32 Short Colt
.32 Long Colt
.32 H&R Magnum
.327 Federal Magnum
.32-20 Winchester (.32 WCF, .32-20 Marlin, .32 Colt Lightning)
8mm French Ordnance (8mm Lebel Revolver)
8mm Roth-Steyr
8x22mm Nambu
.35 S&W Auto (.35 Automatic)
8.5mm Mars
.38 Short Colt
.38 Long Colt
.38 S&W (.38 Colt New Police, .38 Super Police)
.38 Calibre
.380 Revolver
.38 Special (9x29mmR)
.356 TSW
.357 AutoMag
.357 Magnum (9x31mmR, .353 Casull [hunting load by CorBon for Freedom Arms revolver, 180 gr @ 1650 fps[1]])
.357 Super Magnum
.357 Remington Maximum
.360 DW (.360 Dan Wesson)
.357 Peterbilt (.357 Wildey Magnum)
.357/44 Bain & Davis
9x18mm Makarov
9x18mm Police (9mm Ultra)
9mm Browning Long (9x20mm Browning SR)
9mm Glisenti
9x19mm Parabellum (9mm Luger, 9x19mm NATO)
9mm Federal
9x21mm IMI
9x21mm Gyurza (9x21mm SP-10)
9mm Action Express (9mm AE)
9x23mm Steyr
9mm Largo (9mm Bergmann-Bayard, 9x23mm Largo)
9mm Super Cooper (9x22mm Super Cooper)
9x23mm Winchester
9mm Mars
9mm Mauser Export (Export caliber for C96)
9mm Winchester Magnum
9x25mm Dillon
9x30mm Magnum (9mm Dillon Magnum)
.380 ACP (9x17mm Browning Short)
.38 AMU (rimless .38 Special)
.38 Auto (.38 ACP)
.38 Super Auto
.38 Super Comp (a rimless .38 Super development)
.38/.45 Clerke (wildcat developed in the 1970s by Bo Clerke)
.38 Casull
.357 SIG
.357/45 Grizzly Win Mag
9.8 mm Auto Colt
.375 Super Magnum
.38-40 Winchester (.38 WCF)
.400 Colt Magnum
.400 Corbon
.40 G&A (.40 Guns & Ammo, a cut-down .30 Remington with .40" bullets)
.40 Smith & Wesson (.40 Auto, 10 x 21 mm)
.40 Super
.401 Herter Magnum
.401 Special (.401 Winchester Self-Loading trimmed to 1.218" with .38-40 WCF bullets)
10mm Auto
10mm Magnum
10.4mm Italian Revolver
.41 Action Express
.41 Avenger
.41 JMP (.41 Jurras, .41 AutoMag)
.41 Long Colt (.41 Colt, .41 LC)
.41 Colt Special (developed by Remington in 1932, 1.26" case, 210 gr, 900 fps)
.41 Special (shortened .41 Magnum wildcat, trimmed to .44 Special length, 220 gr, 900-1200 fps)
.41 Remington Magnum
.41 Wildey Magnum (10mm Wildey Magnum)
.414 JDJ
.414 Super Magnum see: german Wiki-version:
.427 ZMR (caseless cartridge designed by Angel Arms for their .427 ZMR pistol)
.44 American (predecessor to the .44 S&W Russian)
.44 Bulldog
.44 Colt
.44 Special
.44 S&W Russian
.44 Remington Magnum
.44 Auto Mag
.440 Cor-Bon
442 Webley (.442 Revolver Centre Fire, 10.5x17mmR, .442 Kurz, 44 Webley, or .442 R.I.C.)
.44 Wildey Magnum (11mm Wildey Magnum)
.44 Henry rimfire (11x23R)
.44-40 Winchester (.44 WCF)
.445_SuperMag (.4295 RIC)
11.75mm Montenegrin (11mm Austrian Gasser, 11.25x36Rmm Montenegrin)
11mm French Ordnance
11mm German Service
11.35mm Schouboe (11.35x18mm)
.45 Schofield (.45 S&W Schofield, .45 S&W)
.45 Colt
.45 ICP (.45 caseless cartridge designed by Angel Arms for their Gun One pistol)
.45 J-Mag (wildcat developed in the 1970s by Lee Jurras)
.45 Super
.450 Revolver (.450 Adams)
.45 Webley
.455 Webley (.455 Webley Mk I, .455 Revolver, .455 Colt, .455 Colt Mk I; also identical to the .476 Enfield, .476 Eley, or .476/.455)
.455 Webley Mk II (.455 Revolver Mk II, .455 Colt Mk II, .455 Eley)
.455 Webley Automatic
.45 GAP
.45 ACP (.45 Auto)
.45 HP (.45 Italian, .45 Automatic Short)
.45 Auto Rim
.45 S&W
.45 Mars Short
.45 Mars Long
.45 Wildey Magnum
.45 Winchester Magnum
.450 SMC (.450 Triton)
.450 Magnum Express
.451 Detonics Magnum
.454 Casull
.455 SuperMag
.458 Devastator
.458 Maximum (a 1.6" belted cartridge derived from the .458 Winchester)
.458 Linebaugh Maximum
.460 S&W Magnum
.460 Rowland
.475 Linebaugh
.475 Maximum
.475 Wildey Magnum
.480 Ruger
.476 Enfield (.476 Enfield Mk3, .476 Eley, or .476/.455)
12mm Gyrojet
12.5x40mm STs-110 (proprietary Russian revolver cartridge, derived from 32-gauge shotshell)
.499 Linebaugh
.50 Special (.50 Bowen Special, same case length as .44 Special, 300-400 gr @ 700-900 fps [4" bbl.] on Ruger Redhawk frame)
.50 Action Express
.500 S&W Special
.500 S&W Magnum
.50 Remington (M71 Army)
.50 GI
.500 Linebaugh
.500 Maximum
.500 Wyoming Express (.500 WE)
.510 SuperMag
13mm Gyrojet
.577 Boxer (.577 Eley, .577 Webley)

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