My ammo collection!


#1

Hi everyone! This is wath i have in my collection untill now! I Collect 1 ammo of each caliber!! I have mire than 300 differents caliber!😀👍🏼

.17 HMR
.17 WSM
.218 Bee
4.6 x 30 mm HK
.204 Ruger
.22 BB
.22 CB
.22 VL
.22 WRF
.22 Short
.22 Long Rifle
.22 Rem Jet
.22 Velodog
.22 Magnum
.22 Win Auto
.221 Rem Fireball
.22 Hornet
.223 WSSM
.222 Rem
.223 Rem
.222 Rem Mag
.22-250 Rem
5.6 x 50 mm R Mag
5.7x28 mm
5.45x39 mm
5.6 x 52 mm R
.220 Swift
.297-230 Morris Short
.219 Zipper
.243 WSSM
6.5 x 57 mm R
6.8 mm Rem SPC
.243 Win
6 mm Rem
.25 Stevens Short
.25 Auto
.25 Stevens
4.85x49 mm
.25-20 Win
.25 WSSM
.22-3000
.250 Savage
.25-35 Win
.257 Roberts
.25-25 Stevens
.257 Wby
6.5 x 52 mm Mann-Carcano
4.6x36 mm HCEMTE
6.5 x 54 mm Mann-Shoenauer
.25-36 Marlin
.25 Rem
6.5 x 55 mm
.264 Win Mag
6.5 Jap
.270 WSM
.270 Win
.270 Wby
7 mm RSAUM
.284 Win
7 mm Mauser
7x65 mm R
7 x 64 mm Brenneke
.280 British
.256 Win Mag
30-30 Accelerator
.244 H&H Mag
7 mm Rem Mag
.280 Rem
7 mm Wtby
7mm Ultra Mag
.280 Nitro
7.5 x 55 mm Swiss
.30 Rimfire
.310 Cadet
.30 Luger
7.62 mm Tokarev
7x64 mm Brenneke
.30 Mauser
.318 Nitro Express
.30 Carbine
.300 Savage
.307 Win
.30 Rem
.308 Win
.30-30 Win
.300 WSM
.30-40 Krag
.30-06 Sprg
.308 Norma Mag
.300 Ultra Mag
.300 Win Mag
.35 Whelen
.300 RCM
.300 Wtby
.303 Adaptor
7.92 x 33 mm Kurtz
7.35mm Carcano
7.62 x 39 mm
303 Savage
7.62 x 45 mm Czeck
7.62 x 54 mm R
7.65 x 53 mm Argentine
.303 British
.30-03
.30 Newton
.350 Rigby
.32 Rimfire Long
.32 Rimfire Short
.32 S&W Short
.32 Short Colt
8 x 50 R Mannlicher
.32 Auto
.35 S&W
.32 Long Colt
.32 S&W Long
.32 Self Loading
.32-20 Win
.32 Rem
.32 Win Special
.32-40 Win
.340 Weatherby
8 x 57 mm R-360
.325 WSM
8mm Lebel
8 x 56 mm R Mannlicher
8 mm Mauser
8 x 57mm JS
8 mm Rem Mag
8x56mmR Kropartschek
.33 WCF
338 Rem Ultra Mag
338 Win Mag
.338 Lapua Mag
.348 Win
.380 Auto
9 mm Luger
9.3 x 82 mm R Nimrod
9 x 20 mm SR
9x18 Makarov
9mm Bosquette
9 x 23 mm Steyr
.375-303 Axite
.35 Self Loading Rem
8mm Gasser
.351 Win Self Loading
.35 Rem
.358 Win
9 x 57 mm
38-56 Win
9.3x72mm R
.333 Jeffery
.35 Win
.358 Norma Mag
.380 Webley
.300 H&H Mag
.300 H&H Mag Flanged
.38 Short Colt
9x25mm Mauser
350 Rem Mag
.38 S&W
.357 Sig
.375 Ruger
38-44 S&W
.38 Rimfire Long
9.3x62mm
.38 Rimfire Short
.338-378 Weatherby Mag
10 mm Auto
.375 Nitro Express Flanged
.360 No 5 Rook
.38 Auto
.38 Long Colt
.38 Special+P
.38 Special
.357 Mag
.375 Win
.375 H&H Mag Flanged
9.5mm Mannlicher-schoener
.375 H&H Mag
.378 Wtby
.38-40 Win
.38-55 Win
.38-72 Win
.40 S&W
.401 Win Self Loading
.40-60 Win
400-350 Nitro Express
.40-75 Bullard
500-465 Nitro
.400 Purdey
40-70 Win
.470 Nitro
40-72 Win
.400-375 H&H Mag
.444 Marlin
40-82 Win
.400-360 Nitro Express
.450-400 Nitro 3 1/4
.41 Rem Mag
.41 Swiss
11.15x58R Austrian Werndl
.405 Win
11.15x58R Spanish Remington
40-65 Win
.43 Mauser
.44 Bulldog
.44 Special
.442 Webley
.44 S&W American
.44 S&W Russian
.44 Game getter
.44 Rem Mag
.45-75 Win
.44-40 Win
.455 Webley MKII
.450 Marlin
.45-120 Sharps
.45-110 Sharps
.45 Webley
.455 Webley MKI
.45 Auto
.45 Long Colt
.454 Casull
.475 Nitro No 2
.476 Wesley Richard
.404 Jeffery
.450 Bushmaster
.45-70 Government
.45-90 Win
500-465 Nitro
.577/450 Martini Henry
.416 Rigby
.458 Win Mag
.50-50 Maynard
.460 Wtby
.480 Ruger
.50-70 Government
.50-110 Win
.50 Action Express
.500 S&W Mag
.500 BP NE 3 1/4
.50 BAT
.577 Nitro
.50 BMG
.57 Snider
.577 Snider
20 x 110 mm RB

9 mm Flobert, double charge
9 mm Flobert, Single charge
22 LR Bird Shot
38-40 Win Shotshell
38 Special Varmint
.410 Gauge Slug, 2 1/2
.410 Gauge Slug, 2 1/2
.410 Gauge, 3
28 Gauge, 2 3/4
28 Gauge Slug, 2 3/4
20 Gauge Slug, 2 3/4
20 Gauge, 2 3/4
16 Gauge, 2 3/4
14 Gauge, 2 3/4
12-14 Gauge
12 Gauge, 2 3/4
10 Gauge, 2 3/4
10 Gauge 3 1/2
10 Gauge Slug , 3 1/2
8 Gauge Slug, 3 1/2
4 Gauge (Shell) 4

2mm Air Tool
4mm Air Tool
9mm Luger
223 Rem Indoor Training
.22 Air Tool
32 Auto Indoor
.38 Special Tool
.30 Mauser
5.56x45 mm
5.56 x 45 mm
7.92x51
7.69 Argentine Indoor
7.62x51 mm Nato
7.62 x 51 mm
.303 british
30-06 SPG Indoor
.30 Indoor

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#2

Vezzanth, nice collection!

When you maybe become an IAA member and get in touch with the Canadian guys here you sure will find many of the wanted calibers.


#3

Yes, very nice indeed. But can you show me a picture of your 7,92 x 51? Typo?


#4

Dirk, wasn’t that a DWM pre war development for hunting?


#5

I don’t know, Alex, that’s why I ask. Never seen before such a cartridge. So It’s never too late to learn some new (old) things.


#6

I’m sending you this tonight! it’s a blank


#7

Très bien! You make me very curious!


#8

Vezzanth, the blank would be a bit irritating. Maybe it is another caliber?

Dirk, this one - called 8x51:

And here more background is discussed if I got it right:


#9

mmmm maybe… I would post you some pic this evening… its maybe an error…


#10

Ok, this is something completely new for me ( I’m not alone, I suppose). Thank you, Alex. And further: I don’t think “the” 8 x 51 is in Vezzanth’s collection. So what? But this is my point: good identification is a major issue. As a licensed collector I have to send in each year(next month!) a complete review of all my cartridges: name, caliber, headstamp, numbers, place and date of purchase… It’s becoming a pretty long list and it’s still growing…


#11

Very good idea Ducjans, I think I’ll do it too!


#12

Listing it all incl. place and date of purchase… sounds like you are living in North Korea…


#13

Keeping registers… Buying and selling… Sometimes, it’s a nightmare!


#14

Good evening, I was wrong my ammunition was a blank 7.92x57 … Typo


#15

Wow - somewhere with stricter requirements than here. Whilst we have to keep a register of each item in our collection, including the details of who the item was obtained from (and to whom any item is sold/traded/gifted to), there is no requirement to submit the register. Of course, it has to be able to be produced upon request.

Having said that, it actually isn’t all that much work to maintain. The time consuming part is photographing each item. Whilst that isn’t a requirement here, I do it anyway.


#16

Me for my part they are all filed on an Excel document in order (- that .30, .30 to .39, .39 to .49, .50 and more), with the equivalence and marking behind.


#17

Really nice collection with some super sweet specimens!

Jason


#18

Darren
Is that requirement specific to WA


#19

There is another 7.92x51. It is a nice Spanish CETME experimental. It is the top round beside a 7.62 CETME.

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Paul


#20

Mayhem,
in Germany to get my collecting permit I had to write my own expertiese - kind of novell like some 40 pages - about the history of ammunition together with explaining why I want to collect ammo and what my bachground is. I also had to give a collecting area what I want to cover. That was checked by the officials lawyer. Than I got the confirmation I will get the permit to collect ammunition of every kind but no tracer AP or similar (therefore I had to go via the Federal Police) but surprise surprise not for free - costed me some 400$.
But that’s not all - every year I have to give the officials a list what new cartridges I have got.
So you see not only collecting is work but also to deal with the authoities. ;-)

Jo