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i'm trying to put together a list of the nordic cartridges.
so if you see something wrong, please correct me.
if you can contribute with more cartridges or cartridge-names, country of origin or year of introduction, i would really appreciate it.


6mm Norma BR (Sweden 1996)
6.5x55 (Norway/Sweden 1894)
6.5-284 Norma (Sweden)
6.5x58R Krag-Jørgensen (Denmark 1933)
7x33 Sako (Finland 1942)
.300 Norma Magnum (Sweden)
.308 Norma Magnum (Sweden 1960)
8x54 Krag-Jørgensen (Norway)
8x58R Danish Krag
.338 Norma Magnum (Sweden)
.358 Norma Magnum (Sweden 1959)
.375 Norma Magnum (Sweden)
10.15x61R Jarmann
 
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8x63 Swedish (1932)
6.3x53R Finnish ( ? )
 
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9.3mm x 53R
300 Aija K
 
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12.7x44R for the '67 rollingblock


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Ummmmm...

Anything on the 284 case is AMERICAN patriot

PS send us your pretty blondes Big Grin


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7x54 Finnish


8.2x53 Finnish



6.3x53R Finnish



7x33 Sako



9,3x66

425 Fossdal of any of the fossdal carts

Bent Fossdal posts here.


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Originally posted by Steffen-9.3:
i'm trying to put together a list of the nordic cartridges.
so if you see something wrong, please correct me.
if you can contribute with more cartridges or cartridge-names, country of origin or year of introduction, i would really appreciate it.


366 IH Magnum named after it´s designer, Ingvar Hörnquist, a 358 Norma Mag opened to .366,

366 IH Express a 416 Rigby shortened to 65 mm and downsiezed to .366 and a 30 degree shoulder.

375 Super Swede, 9,5x66 a 270 grain bullet at 902 m/s formed from a 404 Jeffrey case.

there are more as well.

I`ll be back regarding them.

/Best regards Chris

6mm Norma BR (Sweden 1996)
6.5x55 (Norway/Sweden 1894)
6.5-284 Norma (Sweden)
6.5x58R Krag-Jørgensen (Denmark 1933)
7x33 Sako (Finland 1942)
.300 Norma Magnum (Sweden)
.308 Norma Magnum (Sweden 1960)
8x54 Krag-Jørgensen (Norway)
8x58R Danish Krag
.338 Norma Magnum (Sweden)
.358 Norma Magnum (Sweden 1959)
.375 Norma Magnum (Sweden)
10.15x61R Jarmann
 
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Ummmmm...

Anything on the 284 case is AMERICAN patriot

so in your opinion the .257 Roberts is German?, six of the Wby's and the WinMags british?

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or at least the hot chick from ABBA! Wink


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The 6.5-284 is an American invention, Lapua and Norma just happen to domesticate it.

My two favorite Northmen are the 358 Norma and the 7x33.

One for moose, and one for the horse of the forest.

You can also add the 308 NOrma.
 
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Originally posted by boom stick:
Ummmmm...

Anything on the 284 case is AMERICAN patriot

so in your opinion the .257 Roberts is German?, six of the Wby's and the WinMags british?


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PS send us your pretty blondes

yeah right thumbdown


Hmmm good points...

Ok the changing of a case makes it a half breed. the Winmags would be half American and half English like Winston Churchil Big Grin


PS can you send SOME of your pretty blondes? I am thinking of the future....True blondes are being bred out...We need some fresh stock Big Grin


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Can´t find a .338 LAPUA Mag. on that list...??

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