Handgun Cartridges

Handgun Cartridges – Bullet Poster


The Handgun Cartridges poster contains Metric, USA, and British cartridges.

Over 320 Life Size Handgun Cartridges (within 4/1000 of an inch)

FREE SHIPPING – 36″ x 24″

Product Description


Includes prominent WWI & WWII era Military & Ordinance Revolver and Automatic Handgun cartridges.

Including Webley, Bulldog, Nagant, Nambu, Pieper, Bergmann, Tranter, Gasser, Colt, Maxim, Browning, Mannlicher, Steyr, Sauer, Mauser, and others.

Includes a full range of cartridges from the 2.7mm and 3mm Kolibris up to 50 Cal cartridges such as the 500 Tranter, 50 G.I., 50 A&E (Desert Eagle), and the 500 S&W.

The poster features the first revolver and automatic cartridges from the 1800s into the early 1900s from all over the world. From the American Wild West the first Colt, Remington, Ballard, M&H, Henry, Herters, and Army revolver cartridges. From England & Europe – Rook, Morris, Francotte, Canne, Roth, Cattle Killer, Rast-Gassers, Ordinance (French, Dutch, German, Italian, Swiss), Russian, Montenegrin, Nagant Brazil, and Genschow.

The poster also includes modern cartridges such as the 5.7×28 FN, 22 TCM, 25 & 32 N.A.A., 9x18mm Ultra, 357 Sig, 9×25 DoubleTap, 357 Rem. Max, 400 Cor-Bon, 445 Super Mag, 460 Roland, and more.

The Handgun Cartridge poster is the 7th member in our cartridge poster series. This poster focuses on Handgun cartridges (revolver & automatic) from all over the world which includes Military, Law Enforcement, Civilian and Sporting use.

The poster is 36″ wide and 24″ tall. It provides full color images of over 320 Handgun cartridges – all life size (within 4/1000 of an inch). Images are full color on High gloss / High quality 100lb poster paper.


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