I guess I’m still living in yesteryear. I knew Qual-Cart as a manufacture of cases only, not complete rounds. After checking on their website, I see that they manufacture about every caliber devised by man. Okay, okay! Not “every”, but one $%!! of a lot of them!! And (of course) manufacture complete ammunition also.
The 25x61 Vom Hofe by Qual-Cart that I have would then be considered a “wildcat?” Since I don’t collect wildcats, it ceases to be a problem for me. I’m still perplexed that no one that I can find has written about this caliber. No mention of the 25x62 written up in gun magazines, journals and etc. Couldn’t find anything on the internet either. Of course I don’t subscribe to every gun magazine sold. Nothing in the ECRA database or anywhere else that I can find.
In the late 60’s I had a Federal Ammunition Manufacture’s License. I did that so that I could legally sell my reloaded ammunition to local gun shops, mostly for low cost target shooting. If I had “headstamped” them at that time, they would be collector’s items today! Liability concerns and the amount of Federal paperwork required stopped me from trying to remain legal!
As always, I thank you all for the valuable input, but I’m still a little perplexed that there would be enough demand to make cases for such a caliber. Maybe manufacturing techniques have reached a level that it can now be cost effective.