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Type Carbine/Revolver
Place of origin Austria-Hungary
Service history
In service 1867–1900s
Used by
Production history
Designed 1867
Parent case 11.15x36mmR Werndl
Case type Rimmed, straight
Bullet diameter 11.30 (.445) [1]
Neck diameter 11.99 (.472)
Base diameter 12.45 (.490)
Rim diameter 14.10 (.555)
Case length 35.56 (1.40)
Overall length 43.94 (1.73)
Filling Black powder

The 11.3×36mmR (commonly referred to as "11mm Montenegrin") is a rimmed carbine and revolver cartridge developed by Austria-Hungary. Though originally designed for the Früwirth repeating carbine, it was also used with the Gasser M1870 revolver. The caliber was widespread throughout the Balkans due to the Montenegrin Pattern Revolvers.

Although this cartridge is no longer manufactured, enthusiasts reproduce them using slightly modified 7.62x54R brass cut down to the length of the original; using various types of mostly cast bullets.

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  1. ^ dimensions from Barnes, Frank C. Cartridges of the World. (Northfield: DBI Books, 1972), p.178