- n. Plural form of cartridge.
“My list of big Game cartridges is easy, you shoot what you want, I'll shoot my .308 +1”
“Yes, the .225 Winchester and .220 Swift are excellent choices, but brass for these cartridges is more expensive and/or less easily available and they offer no significant performance advantage over the. 22-250.”
“Do you think the extra expense and limited availability of Weatherby magnum cartridges is worth it?”
“You can take 150, 165, 180 grain cartridges from different manufacturers and load them in any order in this gun and it will still shoot minute of angle.”
“When I read the history of the submachinegun, I often read that the Germans were so appalled by the use of the shotgun in World War 1 they invented the submachinegun (although a heavy, mounted Italian weapon firing pistol cartridges is credited with being the 1st submachinegun, the first "true" - handy enough for hip or shoulder use - SMG to be deployed was Hugo Schmeisser's MP-18).”
“The wretched militiamen found that their machine-guns had been tampered with, and that the cartridges from the captured magazines did not fit their rifles.”
“He did not relinquish his clutch on the Colt's 44 automatic pistol, although he immediately addressed himself to the task of fishing a filled clip of cartridges from the pocket of his linen coat.”
“Oh and ps I have had a hard time finding cartridges from the 60's that my rifle likes to group.”
“Your taste in rifles and cartridges is very sound, and I appreciate your comments and input.”
“The cost of cartridges is approximately $10.00 for fifty rounds or has been in the past.”
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You can thank Uncle Sam for my interest in firearms.
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