Includes the new 6.8 Western.
The American Standard poster contains every standardized cartridge mass produced in the USA as of 2021. The cartridges are 100% to scale (Life Size). Includes cartridges for modern Rifle, Shotgun, Handgun, and Muzzle Loader. Contains 164 unique Rifle Cartridges, 54 Handgun Cartridges, 9 different Shotgun gauges and muzzle loader (45, 50, & 54 calibers).
The Rifle section covers cartridges from the 17 HMR, Mach 2 and 22 LR up through the 505 Gibbs, 50 BMG, and 577 Nitro Express. It also includes historically significant factory available cartridges such as the 348 Win, 404 Jeffery, 450/400 Nitro Express, and 500 Nitro Express.
Military surplus cartridges include the 5.45x39mm, 6.5 Carcano, 6.5 Japanese, 303 Brit and the 8x57 Mauser.
Bonus Rifle cartridges include the 416 Barrett and 20mm.
The Handgun section covers cartridges from the 17 HMR and 22 LR to the 500 S&W including the 5.7x28mm FN, 44-40, 38-40, 357 Maximum, 445 Super Mag, and the 45 Win Mag.
The Shotgun cartridges include the 410 and 32 gauge up to the 8 gauge.
Shotgun loads illustrate variations in shot size, (including duplex & triplex), slugs and less/non lethal loads.
The American Heritage poster highlights black powder ammunition used by the American Rifleman and US Military from 1776 to roughly 1885 when the conversion was made to smokeless powder. Flags from the civil war era are also displayed in the background.
Includes all versions of musket ball, paper and combustibles, and self contained black powder munitions that were actually used by the US military - including Confederate and Union Civil War ammunition.
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The MSR & AR Cartridges poster contains 60 cartridges that are commonly available in either a standard, customized, or proprietary MSR or AR platform.
The American Freedom poster displays the Infantry cartridges used during every major American conflict. See the impressive evolution of cartridges used by our Infantry men starting with the 69 Buck and Ball in the Revolutionary war, to the 50 BMG in the Korean War, to present day cartridges in ongoing special operations.