8mm mauser penetrationUploader: Wilson 10 days ago Subscribe 4734
Page 2 of 3 Prev 1 2 3 Next. The twist must have been very slow too for the bullet to even have a chance of holding together at the insane velocities. Or is it some normal machine gun? This was a Czechoslovak ZB design adopted shortly before the war as a move towards rimless ammunition across the armed service. One of my Aunts Co-Workers is a gun collector and reloader and several years ago I went over his house to learn how to reload. Therefore, it's a smaller round, but has more propellant and a higher velocity. Joco 11 Posted 24 April - Sorry for the dumb questions, but I'm equally confused and interested at the same time.