A scale where cartidges are shown from smallest to largest ?

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  1. Tercel89

    Tercel89 XDTalk 1K Member

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    I am looking for a scale model that shows cartridges from smallest to largest in a scale model . Like .17HMR to 50BMG . I seen it somewhere but cant remember and cant find it on search . I am mainly looking at 30-30 verses other rifles rounds that are easy to aquire .

     
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    There a few on Wikipedia, but i don't think Ive ever seen one that goes from .17 all the way to .50bmg
     
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    tracker366 XDTalk 500 Member Founding Member

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    You can try here they might have something.are you just looking for pictures or Ballistic Comparison or are you cartridge collecting.
    AmmoGuide is now... "Interactive"!

    Mine so far
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    What are the tall shot gun rounds??
     
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    Nice collection tracker!
     
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    tracker366 XDTalk 500 Member Founding Member

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    Hey rpsmith
    The aluminum shell is a military flare the other two are
    promotional items from Winchester one is from the 1984 shotshell tour and the other is from NWTF.




    Thanks mhillsing23 its one more thing I spend my hard earned money on, I am always on the lookout for more :D
     
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    Are you married tracker?
     
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    I am truly impressed. The only thing I've seen that rivaled this was a friend with a beer collection. One unopened can per brand and his collection covered the wall behind his wet bar.

    Except for the promo stuff are all of the rounds live?
     
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    Thank you tracker366, for the link. Yes, I believe my website is the only place around where you can INTERACTIVELY compare cartridges visually. (And through this weekend - until Monday - as well as a few days each month - access to the tool is free to registered members).

    You can line up any 8 rounds you wish (from the over 700 available) with either a metric or SAE ruler in the background (or even no ruler at all). There's a link to compare the displayed rounds ballistically with a single click. You can save "visual sets" either privately or to share with other AmmoGuide subscribers. Clicking on the cartridge label brings up detailed info for the riound, including case diagram...
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    With a single click, you can compare the ballistics for the displayed rounds:
    CLICK HERE to see the above rounds compared ballistically

    More example graphics (actual onscreen size)...
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    (Click on this image to go to the AmmoGuide .223 detailed info page)

     

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