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Übersicht aller Kalibergrössen in Zoll und mm und Geschosse
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.1774.5 mmDiabolo / Luftgewehr / 17 HMR / 17 Hornady
.22 / .2235.56 mm
GP90 / 223 REM / 5.56 NATO / 22 long rifle / 22 Magnum
.2436 mm243 Winchester
.2606.5 mm25 ACP
.2706.8 mm7 × 64.5 mm / 270 Winchester
.2847mm280 Remington / 284 Winchester
.30/.3087.62 mm30-30 Winchester / 30-06 Springfield

7.65 mm32 ACP / 7.65 Browning
.3388.5 mm338 Lapua Magnum
.40010mm45 ACP / 44 Magnum / 10mm Auto
.38/.3579 mm9 para / Luger / 380 ACP / 38special / 357 Magnum
28 GA13.97 mmKaliber 28
20 GA15.63 mmKaliber 20
16 GA16.84 mmKaliber 16
12 GA18.53 mmKaliber 12
This is so far the most popular  caliber in the market in terms of number of units that already sold. It  is basically a small round that has a low recoil output for both rifles  and handguns. The .22 rifle has a rimfire instead of a centerfire. This  is because the firing pin is designed in such a way that it hits the rim  of the case and not the center. This type of rifle is loved for  its high speed and compact size, which makes it very easy to handle. It  is therefore a perfect choice for beginners who are looking for a  caliber that will be easy to use. It also has the power they need to  achieve their goals. The cartridge is the best to use for firearms training, recreational  shooting as well as small game hunting. It is therefore sold in bulk.  Its loads come in different variants, ranging from subsonic or target  rounds to high speed (about 1200 to 1310 feet) to hyper/ultra velocity  (over 1400 feet). The subsonic rounds are smaller in size and  obviously slower. That is why they come fitted with extra-heavy bullets  in order to make it easy for them. The bullets are usually of about 46  to 61 grain. Generally, the caliber is meant for firing smaller  targets like snakes, rats and birds. It is the best to use in target  shooting. And it can however cause great damage if used on human  targets; it can actually kill. The smaller of these calibers can bounce  around and inside the human’s body. This can cause tearing of body  organs and ligaments. The caliber has a bullet weight of 30-40  grains. It has a velocity of 1200-1600 ft/s and energy of 140-160  Joules. Its price per point is 7 cents per round. Its low price makes it  even better for starting shooters.

.30 Carbine
This type of caliber  is not so common these days but it has a great history. It is for  instance the caliber that was in M1 carbines during the World War 2. It  was very popular until the Korean War. And it may not be in great use  these days but it is the best caliber for those people who are using the  M1. The caliber was the first personal defense weapons to come to  the market. The combats loved it so much as it could not interfere with  their duties and tasks. The caliber is handy and light in weight too,  weighing slightly above 5 pounds, with a length of 36 inches. It also  had non-corrosive primers, something that could not be said by other  calibers that the military used then.
Today, it is still as great.  It comes with an economical plinker, which makes loading it very simple  and easy. It can also be used together with fast-burning propellants.  The best part is that the caliber is also able to maintain a consistent  accuracy when supported with Winchester 110 grain FMJ bullets. Its weight is 110grains, with a velocity if 2000 ft/s. Its energy is 1300 Joules and its price per point is 40 cents per round.

.25 ACP
The  ACP in this case stands for Automatic Colt Pistol. This centerfire  pistol caliber is semi-rimmed and straight walled. It was designed years  back for the first blowback pistols that did not have a breech locking  mechanism. This caliber is a little bigger that .22 and also a  little more powerful. It was designed in order to at least duplicate the  performance of the .22. The truth is, there are just a few guns that  can use this size of caliber. Also, it is a little more expensive. The  great benefit is that it is highly reliable especially when it comes to  its center fire casings. When compared to .22 again, the .25 ACP has a  slightly higher stopping power. The caliber is also short ranged and low  powered. This means that it is less dangerous when used on humans. What you get in terms of performance with the .25 ACP is a very compact gun that is light in weight. It  could be a great choice for personal home defense handguns because of  its centerfire case design. This is what makes it more reliable.

.300 BLK
Simply  called the Three Hundred Blackout, this is a very recent addition to  the world of rifles as it came to the market just 6 years ago. Its main  aim is to introduce the larger .30 caliber round to the AR platform. It  is able to provide great control to most modern magazines. The  caliber is gaining so much popularity mainly because of its flexibility  and power. It is for instance able to perform in so many different  conditions. It can also use adjustable gas blocks to give it gain even  more flexibility. Its subsonic bullet is able to over-penetrate and  expand under. This is what makes the .300 BLK a shooting range firearm. With practice, you can really load it fast. This helps a lot especially if you are in a hurry to defend yourself.
Its  potential for self-defense is quite high. Its carbine brings more to  the fight than just the defensive pistol. You can for instance add an AR  15 pistol in your .300 BLK to make it work even better for you. It weighs 125 grains, with a velocity of 2200 ft/s. it has energy of 1360 Joules and a price point of 70 cents per round.

.380 ACP
For  anyone that prefers bigger bullet sizes, this may be a good option to  go for. Sometimes it is called the 9mm short. Its popularity has raised  so much in the recent past after the coming of different pocket pistols  in the market. It is loved so much by many people and above all, it is  entertaining. It generally has low recoil and when shot at a close  range, it can penetrate deeply. But it is however a low power round.  Considering the nature of guns that are used to shoot it, it will not  benefit you much if it is not shot at close range. But there is a  catch. The .380 ACP has a great carry size. It is compact and light in  weight too. It can therefore be conveniently carried wherever the user  intends to use it.
When compared to some of the modern pistol cartridges, it has a less stopping power and a relatively short range. It  still remains one of the most popular self defense cartridges for  shooters who prefer to use light in weight pistols with recoil they can  easily manage or even a smaller pistol.

.223 or .56×45 mm
This  type of round is available in both the military grade and also in  civilian. It is a very accurate cartridge that is capable of shooting  softly. It appears larger than the .22LR. The round is considered  inhumane; therefore hunters in some states are not allowed to use it for  large game hunting. You can however use it at home to shoot at maybe  garden dwelling pests and anything else. Since it is not mainly  used for hunting, this round is not really popular. It however has a  long range accuracy, which makes it a safe option for people who might  want to use it for self defense. Its bullet weight is 55-62 grains  and its speed is 3, 100 ft/s. It has energy of 1.770 Joules and a price  per point of 30 cents per round.

It  is officially known as the 9mm Luger or the 9x9mm Parabellum. This is  basically a way to tell it apart from all the other 9mm rounds in use  today. It is a very good round for anyone that wants to enjoy some fun  while shooting at a close range. It is also great for self defense. This  is the standard bullet used in NATO countries and most of the police  forces in the entire world. This is because it is mild in shooting. This  bullet is the same size as what they use in the .380 and the .38  special. The only difference is in the amount of gun powder that they  use. This caliber weight varies between 115 and 147 grains. Its  stopping power varies as well, based on the type of bullet in use. That  is not all. The bullets are very affordable and they have very low  recoil. They are the types of bullets that can be used in many  different guns. On average, guns are able to hold about 15 or 17 of  these rounds. You can also use a 9mm gun for a concealed carry. The price is just 25 cents.

.40 S&W
This  bullet type was initially designed for the FBI as a compact 10mm  cartridge. It has since been very popular especially with the law  enforcement agencies in the United States, Australia and Canada. At only  30 cents, you can get this powerful cartridge that has more kick than  most of the popular handgun cartridges in use today especially the 9mm. You  will love it not just because it is less expensive but also because it  is a light weight. Its weight varies greatly between 155 to 165 and 180  grains. However, most FBIs still prefer the 9mm cartridge. This is  because it is able to shoot more quickly and accurately when compared  to the .40 S&W. However, the .40 S&W is still a better option  when it comes to more manageable recoil and more energy. It has  already earned a status of the most ideal cartridge for personal defense  and law enforcement after undergoing a series of tests.

.62x51mm or .308
The .308  cartridge is the civilian version of a cartridge that was used by the  United States’ military, 7.62. It is however larger and better looking  than the NATO round. It costs more than most of the cartridges of  its size and power though. These, together with its fierce recoil are  the reason why it is not as popular as it should. However, you will love  its extended range and knockdown power. These are enough to make up for  its cons. The .308 is the most preferred caliber for snipers all  over the world. It has a speed of between 2,600 to 2,700 ft/s; an energy  of between 3,300 and 3, 500 Joules.  Its price point is 75 cents per  round and its bullet weight is between 147 and 175 grains.

.45 ACP
This  particular cartridge was designed for the popular 1911 pistol.  It is  one of the cartridges that have a great history. It is big in size, with  a great stopping power to spare. And it has been the greatest  choice for many military people and police officers for a long time. For  this reason, it has proven itself worth of consideration so many times. What  you get with the .45ACP is a large bullet of about 230grains, with very  moderate recoil. It requires some skills in gun shooting though,  therefore may not be the best choice for shooting beginners. One of the  things that make it popular is its stopping power. The .45 ACP is best recommended for self defense and practice. You will get it today at only 40 cents.
Those  are just some of the most common calibers you will find in the market  today. That’s not all; there are many others, and also those that are  not really common but still good at shooting. Read on to some of the  less common bullet calibers below.

This is a tough caliber,  therefore might be hard to handle by a lot of people. For this reason,  it was downgraded to .40 S&W and then to 9mm. It is well known for  its great stopping power and hard recoil. .300 blackout. This  one has been designed in order to give the excellence performance of  the larger .30 caliber AK 7.62x39mm round though it was designed for the  AR 15.

.357 Magnum
This is a  great improvement from .38 special, which has been mainly designed for  revolvers. It is popular for its great stopping power, which is the  price it pays for its decent recoil. It comes at 80 cents.

.30 Carbine
This  is a pretty light in weight caliber that has been used in service  especially during the Korean War. Its standard bullet weighs 110 grains. dYou can visit here  for a guide on how to pick the right caliber for a specific  application. Let us now find out the common types of bullets and the  terminologies used.

Bird Shots
These are types of  shotgun rounds. They are basically small pellets that come in great  numbers in one shell. They are perfect for hunting birds and anything  else other than for home defense

These  are basically single rounds that consist of about 1 oz of metal each.  They can really hurt. They are not really accurate but if used by a  perfect shooter, they can accurately shoot at a target up to about 100  yards

Buck Shots
This is the best home defense round that is available today.
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