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.32 ACP full metal jacket, .32 S&W Long wadcutter, .380 ACP jacketed hollow point (L-R)
.32 ACP full metal jacket, .32 S&W Long wadcutter, .380 ACP jacketed hollow point (L-R)
.38 Special wadcutters loaded cartridges, 148 grains (9.6 g) hollow-base wadcutter bullet and target showing the clean round holes
.38 Special wadcutters loaded cartridges, 148 grains (9.6 g) hollow-base wadcutter bullet and target showing the clean round holes
Keith-Style SWC with one crimping groove and one filled lubrication groove. In practice, the bullet can be crimped over the leading band, or on the cr
Keith-Style SWC with one crimping groove and one filled lubrication groove. In practice, the bullet can be crimped over the leading band, or on the crimping groove, as desired.
A typical 4.5 mm (.177 in) match diabolo air gun pellet, in the HBWC (Hollow Base Wadcutter) configuration
A typical 4.5 mm (.177 in) match diabolo air gun pellet, in the HBWC (Hollow Base Wadcutter) configuration
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7.5×55mm Swiss full metal jacket, armor piercing, and tracer, spitzer projectiles. The three bullets on the right show cannelure evolution
7.5×55mm Swiss full metal jacket, armor piercing, and tracer, spitzer projectiles. The three bullets on the right show cannelure evolution
Round shot from the 16th century Mary Rose English warship, showing both stone and iron ball shot
Round shot from the 16th century Mary Rose English warship, showing both stone and iron ball shot
Matchlock musket balls, alleged to have been discovered on the battlefield of Naseby (1645)
Matchlock musket balls, alleged to have been discovered on the battlefield of Naseby (1645)
Minié ball ammunition
Minié ball ammunition