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Cartridges in section

Unitary cartridge. 2 - the cartridge integrates into one: 1 - shell (bullet, buckshot or charge of shot), 3 - charge of gunpowder and 5 - primer-igniter.

Everyone dreamed of cutting their favorite thing and understand what it was made of? The most interesting thing was always in the forbidden, namely in weapons. Here, for example, cartridges ... It turns out that they have an amazingly rich inner world, not that of poets and intellectuals of all kinds. After all, you cut the poet in a biology lesson - what is there to look at? :) These bullets will hit you in the heart, no one will leave them indifferent. From the inside, military toys look so terrible that you do not even know whether to love them or adore them.

The cartridge (unitary cartridge, Latin unitas - "unity") - a munition of small arms and small caliber (up to 76 mm) guns, with which the weapon is charged in one receive.

A unitary cartridge may be an artillery shot or cartridge in which a projectile (bullet, canister or charge of shot), a charge of gunpowder, an igniting element (primer-igniter) and, sometimes, additional elements are united in a single piece by means of a sleeve. The term "unitary cartridge" appeared in the XIX century - the design of earlier cartridges did not include a capsule that was charged separately.

Cartridges and cartridges

Cartridges and cartridges


Cartridges and cartridges

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Cartridge caliber 5.56x45 mm

Cartridges in the section: Cartridge of caliber 5.56x45 mm

A 5.56x45 mm caliber cartridge with a hard-alloy armor-piercing bullet and a copper tray to protect the barrel of the gun barrel and improve obturation.

Obturation is to ensure the integrity of the barrel when shot.

If you remember, add 10 to your IQ and look further.

Experienced cartridge XM216 caliber 5.56x45 mm (.223 Remington)

Chucks in the section: Experimental cartridge XM216 caliber 5.56x45 mm (.223 Remington)

Experienced cartridge XM216 caliber 5.56x45 mm (.223 Remington) with a calibrated feathered swept bullet.

Such a high-speed shooter penetrates the Kevlar armor, so that the bulletproof vest does not save you - just the icon of the blessed Matrona.

The company Frankford Arsenal released it for the participants of the American program SPIW - Springfield Armory and Winchester. 1965-1970.

Special cartridge 7,62x5,6 mm Salvo Squeezebore with three brass bullets

Chucks in a cut: Special cartridge 7,62x5,6 mm Salvo Squeezebore with three brass bullets

Special cartridge 7,62x5,6 mm Salvo Squeezebore with three brass bullets.

Designed for special weapons: the rear of the barrel is rifled cylindrical, and the anterior - conical, smooth.

In the rifled part, all three bullets move under the action of the powder gases as a single whole, but in the conical section of the bullet they are compressed, the rear ones are forced out from the front and from the trunk they leave separately.

Because of the compression of the bullets, the caliber is indicated through the shot, since in the beginning the bullet has a caliber of 7.62 mm, and during the movement along the barrel channel it decreases to 5.6 mm.

And so these transformers came up in the 1970s!

Next on the list are training cartridges. As you know from the movies with Schwarzenegger, the rifle bullet remains lethal at a distance of several kilometers. At a miss on the target or its penetration (guaranteed at a distance of training fire of one and a half hundred meters), the bullet can mess things up. To simplify the construction of shooting galleries, during the training of personnel, special cartridges with a destructible light bullet or a reduced amount of gunpowder are used.

Training cartridge L14A1 for the standard NATO caliber 7.62x54 mm (.308 Winchester)

Cross-section ammunition: Training cartridge L14A1 for standard NATO caliber 7,62x54 mm (.308 Winchester)

The training cartridge L14A1 for the standard NATO caliber is 7.62x54 mm (.308 Winchester) with a lightweight alloy plastic sleeve and plastic tracer bullet.

It is produced for the British Army by the German company Dynamit Nobel AG. The 1990s.

Training cartridge 7,92x57 Mauser

Cross-section chucks: Training cartridge 7,92x57 Mauser

Training cartridge 7,92x57 Mauser.

A conventional shell bullet, but an inert substance instead of gunpowder.

Swedish training cartridge caliber 6.5x55 mm Swedish Mauser with a wooden bullet

Sockets in a cut: Swedish training cartridge of caliber 6,5x55 mm Swedish Mauser with a wooden bullet

Swedish training cartridge caliber 6.5x55 mm Swedish Mauser with a wooden bullet.

1950s.

Special 9-mm Special Glaser pistol cartridge

Cartridges in a cut: Special pistol cartridge Special Glaser of caliber of 9 mm

Special pistol cartridge Special Glaser caliber 9 mm American company COR-BON / Glaser Ammunition. The bullet with controlled ballistics consists of a plastic bow, a copper shell and a shotgun filler.

Designed for special units to combat terrorism.

It can be fired, for example, in the cabin of the aircraft, without fear of rebounding or defeating people behind the target, since the lumbago is out of the way.

When a bullet hits, it collapses, striking a fraction of the shot that is not protected by the bulletproof vest.

Stewardesses like it.

British pistol cartridge caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

Cartridges in a cut: British pistol cartridge of caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

The most ordinary British pistol cartridge caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum).

Since the bullet is important not only for the killer effect on the opponent, but also for the stop, which in the melee becomes critical, the caliber of pistols and revolvers is usually made more rifle.

So, if even a reduction in the caliber from 7.62 to 5.6 mm has occurred for general small arms, for example, for pistols and 9 mm there is no limit.

A bullet shell, a copper "shirt" protects the lead bullet from deformation.

Spherical pistol cartridge Wadcutter caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

Ammunition in the cross-section: Adjustable pistol cartridge Wadcutter caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

The Wadcutter gunshot caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum).

Has a brass bullet in the form of a truncated cone with a notch, sharp edges of which, when hit into a paper target, cuts the edges of the hole in order to get an even and clean hole, which is not shameful for the wife to show.

Pistol cartridge of caliber 9x17 mm (.380 Browning)

Cartridges in the section: Pistol cartridge of caliber 9x17 mm (.380 Browning)

Pistol cartridge of caliber 9x17 mm (.380 Browning) with tracer sighting bullet.

When it hits the target, it gives a noticeable flash or a cloud of colored smoke.

Special high-capacity Ammunition pistol cartridge 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

Cross-section cartridges: Special High-Ammunition pistol cartridge 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

Special pistol cartridge High Safety Ammunition caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum).

Developed by the British company Cobra in the 90s of last century.

In the soft plastic bullets, seven steel darts are filled (only three of them are visible on the cut); To protect against premature failure (before hitting the target), the bullet is covered with a copper sheath.

Refers to the type of bullets with controlled ballistics, it is used again by detachments to combat terrorism.

Darts pierce the bulletproof vest of an enemy, dispersing in his body and causing serious damage, but without the risk of breaking through and defeating people behind the perpetrator.

Special pistol cartridge Sky Marshall caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

Cross-section cartridges: Special pistol cartridge Sky Marshall caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

Special pistol cartridge Sky Marshall caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum) for the Israeli anti-terrorist special services.

These harsh people will not use cheap nonsense to shoot at the enemy!

Destroyable non-bullet bullet made of polymer resin with steel balls.

The appointment is the same as that of the previous patron, but only if the opponent is without a bulletproof vest.

Revolver cartridge Speer Target caliber 9 mm

Cartridges in section: Revolver cartridge Speer Target caliber 9 mm

Revolver cartridge Speer Target caliber 9 mm with plastic sleeve and plastic traumatic bullet.

Developed by the American company Speer for compact police short-barreled revolvers.

Pistol cartridge of caliber 9x22 mm of increased energy

Cartridges in the section: Pistol cartridge of caliber 9x22 mm of increased energy

Pistol cartridge of caliber 9x22 mm of increased energy with semi-shell expansive bullet.

At the bullet the notch is closed with a plastic fairing, which is necessary in order to prevent clogging of the excavation with fragments of the fabric of tight clothing of the enemy when it is penetrated.

If the notch is clogged, the bullet will turn into an ordinary one and lose its expansive properties.

And so the fairing, after breaking through the clothes, crumples, helping to open the bullet.

Well and further all occurs in the same way, as we described earlier.

The fairing also improves the reliability of the cartridges from the magazine, preventing them from being skewed.

Developed by the Swiss company Sigarms in 1994.

Pistol cartridge holder caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

Cartridges in the section: Pistol cartridge of caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum)

A pistol cartridge caliber 9x19 mm (Luger / Parabellum) with a semi-shell expansive bullet.

The most popular version of the equipment of police and civilian self-defense weapons in the United States.

Has a good stopping effect.

76 mm caliber cartridge for a combat smoothbore weapon

Cartridges in a cut: The cartridge of caliber of 76 mm for the fighting smooth-bore weapon

Cartridge caliber 76 mm for combat smooth-bore weapons with several striking elements.

Thus, the problem of increasing the area of ​​the lesion is solved.

It is thought, probably, that it was possible to shoot squinting - on whom God will send.

This is true at all times.

The killer beauty of the cartridge in the photographer's lens Sabina Perlman

The photo project of Sabina Perlman, called "Ammunition", shows an unusual angle of bullets. Even if you have already encountered firearms, you are unlikely to be lucky enough to see her that way. Each cartridge has its own unique design. Symmetry of forms in combination with different types of charge makes each bullet a real work of art.

As Sabina herself says, the section allows you to see all the complexity and beauty of the form, along with the enormous force of destruction. This manifests the whole essence of man: create the beautiful, and then destroy it.

At the moment, the photographer's collection contains about 900 pictures of various types of bullets.

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