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I am following an advertisement for a drilling rifle which shows the rifle barrel to be chambered for the 10,75 X 65R. Now I understand there is a Grundig cartridge as well as a Collath cartridge, both wearing the same numbers. Can anyone tell anything about either of these cartrdiges and the difference between them?


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The two cartridges are only the same in bullet diamension. The base measurements are different and the Collath round is made on a slightly necked 11.2 x 65R parent case. I have more details if you want , dont have time to type it all out at present .

The Grundig predates the Collath , circa 1900 against c.1905.


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