The 10,93x57R was listed as case #155 in the 1886 Lorenz export catalogue as a Swedish case. It was also listed in the Egestorff catalogue up to 1901. (Dixon Ref SC12)
This is a development by gunmaker Paul Paternoss in Austria.
The .338 Norma Magnum was originally developed as a long-range sport shooting wildcat cartridge by the American sport shooter Jimmie Sloan with the help of Dave Kiff, owner of Pacific Tool and Gauge, who made the reamers and headspace gauges. It was designed as a way...
Relatively rare cartridge made from the 8x50.5R Mannlicher M93 case. It was only listed by Roth and was only shown in the 1910 catalogue
See also the 9.5x60R/375 Pritz. Relatively unknown European Gunmaker. You can check out the website HERE. (Dixon Ref. A92)
This cartridge is based on the 7.65x28R (8mm Schulhof : T44) necked down which is described as a "P" type in the c1900 RWS/Utendoerffer catalog. Most commonly this was used in the Austrian Schulhoff Target pistol which was originally designed in 1884. (Erlmeier,...
Long range match cartridge designed by Guido Wasser & Ivo Picek around 2000 from a 7.5 x 55 Swiss GP-11 case.
The following from the IAA FORUM: "During his official visit to France in August 1902, the Shah of Persia, Shah Mozaffar ed-Dinh ordered from the famous parisian gun maker Faure Lepage a small game rifle. On August 30, the Société Française des Munitions...
RWS development during 1938 – 1939 and was launched parallel to the bigger 8x68S. (Dixon Ref. W59)
Relatively scarce, this long tapered 'Express' cartridge is effectively a longer version of the other English 360 based 6.5mm Sauer cartridges, the 6.5x48R (GSP17) and 6.5x58R (GSP18). This is only known to exist with "H.UTENDOERFFER NÜRNBERG" hs but the only...
Austrian design for a rifle by Hannes Kepplinger. It is not a rimmed version of the 6.5x64 Brenneke.
Also a relatively new development from Europe by WERNER REB.
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Designed by Franz Neuber of Wiener-Neustadt in Austria. It resembles the 25-06 or 6,5-06. (Dixon Ref A57)
This also seems to be some sort of in-house experimental cartridge by Norma. No other info available.
This is the rarer rimmed version of the 6.5x61 DWM listed above.
One of the Swedish Experimental cartridges. It was not shown in any sporting catalogues until 1928, which might mean that it started out as a military experimental round. The DWM case number 431L is listed as: Schweden. Kal. 6.5mm Versuch (6.7x61 .o). The small "o" is...
PURSCHBUCHSE = Hunting Rifle
One of the popular cartridges in Germany and dating probably from the late 1890’s and was used in drillings and also loaded by Roth in Austria. (Dixon Ref. GSP 18) This is a sub-caliber device This nickel cased round is a TOOL DUMMY
This is a Danish development based on the 8x58R Krag case.
This is M16 from Dixon Both drawings included the following text: "Cartouche A gorge Cal. 6,5 en essai en Perse dans un fusil Mauser" (meaning "Cal. 6,5 Cartridge for testing in a Persian Mauser rifle"). Also the text "Can 201 de 1894...
This is the rimmed version of the 6.5x57 that was most likely introduced by RWS/Utendoerffer c1901-1911 for double rifles and combination guns popular in Europe.
This is a very popular sporting cartridge and was developed in all probability after 1894 when the #404 case series started, although the exact date is not known. (Dixon Ref M17)
Rare DWM cartridge known in only a few, (probably less than ten) specimens. It is a different cartridge than the 6.5 x 55 SE in that is has a slightly larger case diameter as well as a different shoulder. It was listed in the DWM case book as "Kal 6.5mm Fried Krupp"...
This was the standard 6.5x55 SE with the neck shortened by 1mm, in all probability to get around post WW2 restrictions by Sweden on military cartridges, much like France and Germany. (Dixon Ref. SC 24)
This proprietary cartridge was designed by Keller & Simmann GmbH of Schwäbisch Hall, Germany (K&S) and cases were produced for them by SHM. This appears to be based on the old 6.5x52R Tesching (T76) rimmed case (25-35 WCF) base with a c10.6mm head and c12.8mm...
This is a relatively new development from Europe. From the company Scheiring G.m b.H. Klagenfurterstraße 19, 9170 Ferlach. You can check out the website here. As per normal for the Austrians, these guys make the most amazing guns. Even the...
Developed by Werner Reb of Germany as a small game (deer/fox) rifle. It is essentially an improved, extended and rimmed version of the 6.5 TCU cartridge
Part of a series of cartridges based on the English .360 Express case and dating from the late 1890’s to early 1900’s. was listed by Geco (RWS) as well as DWM up to the mid 1930’s, (Dixon Ref. GSP17)
This is the Roth case #775, T61 from Dixon. It resembles the 6.5x41R Bartsch.
T68 from Dixon (Vol.2 p.331). Experimental small bore target cartridge from around 1900-1910. Different from the 6.25x37R, as this is a straight case.
Most probably introduced by Utendoerffer around 1892. Loaded by various manufacturers up to about WW2. Also called the Ronezewsky Target Pistol.