from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A cylindrical, usually metal casing containing the primer and charge of ammunition for firearms.
- n. Such a casing fitted with a bullet.
- n. A similar piece of ammunition, such as a shotgun shell.
- n. A case filled with high explosives, used in blasting.
- n. A small modular unit designed to be inserted into a larger piece of equipment: an ink cartridge; a disposable cartridge of caulking compound.
- n. A removable case containing the stylus and electric conversion circuitry in a phonograph pickup.
- n. A case containing magnetic tape in a reel; a cassette.
- n. A case containing a ribbon in a spool, for use in printers and electric typewriters.
- n. A lightproof case with photographic film that can be loaded directly into a camera.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The package consisting of the bullet, primer, and casing containing gunpowder; a round of ammunition (Wikipedia).
- n. A prefabricated subassembly that can be easily installed in or removed from a larger mechanism or replaced with another interchangeable subassembly.
- n. A vessel which contains the ink (Wikipedia) or toner (Wikipedia) for a computer printer and can be easily replaced with another.
- n. Magnetic tape storage, used for storing (backup) copies of data (Wikipedia).
- n. A small paper package, e.g. in an old book about making printer's type: After all the type has been cast: "The Boy will paper up each sort in a cartridge by itself".
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A complete charge for a firearm, contained in, or held together by, a case, capsule, or shell of metal, pasteboard, or other material.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A case of pasteboard, parchment, copper, tin, serge, or other material, holding the exact charge of gunpowder, in the case of big guns, and of powder and bullet or shot for other firearms.
- n. A case of metal, paper, or other material containing some chemical preparation used in photography, such as magnesium mixture for flash-light or material for developing, toning, or fixing solutions.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a light-tight supply chamber holding the film and supplying it for exposure as required
- n. a module designed to be inserted into a larger piece of equipment
- n. an electro-acoustic transducer that is the part of the arm of a record player that holds the needle and that is removable
- n. ammunition consisting of a cylindrical casing containing an explosive charge and a bullet; fired from a rifle or handgun
Shoot what you want, don't argue that a certain cartridge is the top cal. unles you survey more people than B&C records Say ....
It was so intriguing I started to look for more references as I always get questions from people in the USA whenever I use the term cartridge paper.
This cartridge is a 29 gr. bullet with a velocity of 1100 fps.
So why should one handicap themselves when the ideal cartridge is the 30-06!
A toner cartridge is color (or the soot-black lack thereof, and by extension, Manichean dualism), disposability, the Gillette model of razor marketing, the democratization of print publishing.
He worked his rifle, ejecting a loaded cartridge from the chamber, by the same action replacing it with another, and returning the ejected cartridge into the magazine.
As for .308, the cartridge is too long for an AR-15 sized lower receiver.
In one photo I have you can see the fired cartridge is jammed up against the next cartridge.
The only lever guns that I am aware of chambered for a. 30-06 size cartridge is the BLR and Winchester 1895 and Browning 1895.
If not then researching the available bullet types will give you a better understanding of what each bullet and cartridge is capable of.