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8mm Mauser ammo (aka 8 x 57mm JS) is a centerfire, rimless, bottle-necked, .323 caliber, rifle cartridge originally adopted by the German military in 1888 and this …

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Kar98k Ammo. September 21, 2015 by Jed. Karabiner 98k – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – The Karabiner 98 kurz (often abbreviated Kar98k, K98, or K98k) is a bolt action rifle chambered for the 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge that …

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During World War One the German Army’s standard rifle was the Gewehr 98 Mauser in 8mm Mauser. The Gew 98 action was the final product of several years of development and earlier Mauser designs such as the Model 1889, 1893, and 1896 rifles. The Gew 98 proved to be a reliable weapon but it was long and heavy.

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The 7,92x57mm Cartridge – Mauser Shooting Association

7,92x57mm Cartridge | 7,92x57mm Markings | 7,92x57mm Identification. The 7,92x57mm Cartridge. The 8mm Mauser (8×57 or 7,92×57) was the standard service cartridge of the German Army in World Wars I and II. Originally made in 1888 and called the 8x57J, it used a .318 bullet.