Thread: 1800's .44's
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Old August 9, 2012, 01:27 PM   #49
Bart Noir
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.303 British, which by the way is the same as a certain 7.7 Japanese
That is partially correct. They used the same caliber bullets.

But the British round is very rimmed and the Japanese round is rimless.

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