what calibers are legal in Mexico
The model 100 is a .177 caliber air rifle. The model 101 is a .22 Caliber rifle. Basically the same air rifle just different calibers.
They were made in several calibers- will be marked on the barrel.
They are made in several different calibers. Look on the barrel to read caliber markings.
Winchester made many rifle models chambered in several .22 calibers.
300 RUM is one
Well over 1000.
There is no way to give you a brief answer. ONE of my reference books on cartridges is about 2 inches thick, and THAT does not have all of them. Rifle cartridges have been as small as .17 caliber, and as large as .200 caliber. There are thousands of different rifle cartridges.
You can have an AR 15 in one of 59 different calibers at last count. The M16 has at least 132 variants.
300 Win Mag would be one.
Savage manufactured a Model 110 bolt action rifle in several calibers. Very good rifles.
There are thousands of different cartridges for guns in different calibers. Technically, caliber refers to the diameter of the inside of the barrel.
The M1 is currently made in a variety of calibers.
The Remington 700 is a model number. It is chambered in different calibers. The 30-6 being one of them.
The model 1890 Winchester was only chambered in .22 short,22long,22 long rifle,or 22WRF calibers which were all rimfire calibers.
If you mean the US military cal 30 M1 Carbine, the effective range is about 300 yards. Other weapons will have different ranges (different calibers)
Terni was the national armory for Italy, and made rifles in 3 different calibers. 6.5mm, 7.35mm, and 8mm Mauser. You will need a gunsmith to examine yours to tell you what caliber. Some military surplus rifles were rechambered to other calibers.
In general, some form of a .22 Long rifle. In larger calibers, worldwide, the AK47 is manufacturered by the millions each year.
Impossible to answer without knowing who made it, models, calibers/gauges, etc..
So would I, Lance- and I have been a serious collector for many years. The problem is, there are thousands of different calibers, with millions of different loadings (bullet/powder) that will produce different velocities and trajectories. And there is no ONE list. However, if you are seeking information on a particular caliber, pleae post that here, and we will try to help.
Cartridges of different calibers.
3 different calibers
The Eclipse came in 3 different calibers. .177@925 FPS - .22@710 FPS - .25@620 FPS. It was mfg between 1990 & 1996
there are dozens of calibers from .17 to .70
Yes, if somebody says ".22 rifle" they almost certainly mean a rifle chambered for the .22 long rifle (or .22LR) round. The .22LR is a rimfire, as are the .22 short, .22 long, .22 CB, the .22WRF (Winchester Rim-Fire), and even the .22 Magnum (properly called the .22 Winchester Magnum Rimfire or .22 WMR). There are other calibers of rifles that use bullets about the same bore size, but they have different names. They are higher-powered calibers. They are centerfire rounds, not rimfires. Examples would be the .22 Hornet; .222 and .223 Remington, .220 Swift, and .22-250.