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  9 mm Luger - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Based upon his earlier 7.65 mm Luger pistol cartridge, Georg Luger designed the 9 mm Luger cartridge at the German company Deutschen Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) and presented a 9 mm version of his Pistole Parabellum to the British Small Arms Committee in 1902 via Vickers Limited.
Three 9 mm Pistole Parabellum prototype pistols were delivered to the US Army for testing at Springfield Arsenal in mid 1903.
The 9 mm Parabellum cartridge has been manufactured by, or for, more than 70 different countries and, today, has become the world’s standard pistol cartridge, being the standard pistol caliber for NATO and the militaries of most countries of the world.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/9mm   (776 words)

  
 9 mm Luger Parabellum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The 9 mm Parabellum pistol cartridge (9 x 19 mm Parabellum, 9 x 19 mm NATO) was introduced by the German weapons manufacturer Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) for their Pistole Parabellum.
Based upon his earlier 7.65 mm Parabellum pistol cartridge, Georg Luger designed the 9 mm Luger cartridge at the German company Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken, and presented a 9 mm version of his Luger pistol to the British Small Arms Committee in 1902 via Vickers.
Three 9 mm Pistole Parabellum prototype pistols were delivered to the U.S. Army for testing at Springfield Arsenal in mid-1903.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/9_mm_Luger_Parabellum   (979 words)

  
 Nazarian
In 1928 the 9 mm model was adopted by the Spanish Navy.
It is available in 9 mm parabellum and.40 inch Smith and Wesson calibres with an 8 or 7 round respectively magazine capacity.
It took a 9 mm Largo cartridge and had a magazine capacity of ten or twenty rounds and a barrel length of 180 mm.
www.nazarian.no /wepc.asp?lang=0&group_id=1&country_id=32   (623 words)

  
 SA 58/98 Bulldog sub-machine gun
Description In the conversion from the Model 58 7.62 mm assault rifle to the Sa 58/98 Bulldog 9 mm sub-machine gun, it would appear that the only original components utilised are the trigger and grip assembly, complete with the selective fire mechanism and parts of the receiver.
It is not certain if a cut-down barrel has been bored out to the 9 mm calibre or if a new barrel has been installed.
Variant 9 mm Sa 58/98 S The Sa 58/98 S is a silenced version of the Sa 58/98 Bulldog having a reduced length barrel (180 mm) and a permanently fitted sound suppressor, which increases the overall length of the firearm to 810 mm with the butt-stock extended.
www.securityarms.com /20010315/galleryfiles/2000/2059.htm   (258 words)

  
 Informat.io on 9 Mm Luger Parabellum
The 9 mm Parabellum pistol cartridge (9 x 19 mm Parabellum, 9 x 19 mm NATO) was introduced by Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken for their Pistole Parabellum.
Based upon his earlier 7.65 mm Parabellum pistol cartridge, Georg Luger designed the 9 mm Luger cartridge at the German company Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken (DWM) and presented a 9 mm version of his Pistole Parabellum to the British Small Arms Committee in 1902 via Vickers Limited.
Also because of these features the 9 mm also has also been widely used in the commission of crimes and in violent shootings.
www.informat.io /?title=9-mm-luger-parabellum   (992 words)

  
 9 mm parabellum
The "9 mm Luger" name never was an official designation and results from a marketing ploy.
the 9 x 21 mm allowable pressure and C.O.A.L. are the same.
There is little use to search for the highest velocities when handloading the 9 mm Parabellum for target shooting.
www.rt66.com /~korteng/SmallArms/ParabellumCartridge.htm   (219 words)

  
 7.65 mm Luger Parabellum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The 7.65 mm Parabellum (also known as.30 Luger and 7.65mm Luger) was a pistol cartridge introduced in 1898 by Deutsche Waffen und Munitions Fabriken (DWM) for their new Pistol Parabellum.
This was further developed into 9 mm Parabellum, essentially the cartridge case was straightened to accept a 9mm bullet instead of being bottlenecked to receive the smaller 7.65 bullet.
Considered as too weak by the German army it was replaced by the 9 mm Luger cartridge.
www.tocatch.info /en/7.65_mm_Parabellum.htm   (224 words)

  
 Nosorog AEK 906 revolver   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The Nosorog 9 mm AEK 906 revolver is unusual in that it follows the usual revolver design approach apart from the barrel, which is located opposite the bottom chamber in the cylinder, rather than the usual top.
This arrangement has been selected to improve the balance of the revolver by moving the approximate centre of gravity further towards the bore axis and dropping the line of fire relative to the shooter's hand.
The standard Nosorog AEK 906 revolver is chambered for the 9 × 18 mm Makarov cartridge, while the AEK 906-1 is chambered for the 9 × 19 mm Parabellum round, although the latter should be confined to the lower power rounds rather than the P+ variety.
www.securityarms.com /20010315/galleryfiles/2100/2156.htm   (210 words)

  
 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Weapons and Warfare (B)
B 111 was armed with four 105 mm and six 500 mm torpedo tubes and carried eight torpedoes.
The Beretta 1915 was an Italian pistol produced from 1915 to 1945 in 9 mm Glisenti and 7.65 mm ACP calibres.
She was armed with three 340 mm guns, ten 164 mm guns, fourteen 47 mm rapid fire guns, seventeen machine guns and four torpedo tubes.
www.fas.org /news/reference/probert/F2.HTM   (17055 words)

  
 Beretta Submachine Gun PM12A in GunsWorld
The Beretta PM 12S sub-machine gun is a 9 mm Parabellum blowback weapon which has both semi-automatic and full-automatic fire capabilities.
The telescopic bolt, which encloses the barrel (200 mm long) for three quarters of its length, makes the weapon very compact and reduces to a minimum the upward movement of the muzzle during firing.
The front grip, the magazine housing, the trigger guard with firing device and manual and automatic safety devices are all in a one-piece assembly and are integral parts of the receiver.
www.gunsworld.com /beretta/12a_us.html   (408 words)

  
 FINNISH ARMY 1918 - 1945: REVOLVERS & PISTOLS PART 1
Tikkakoski made 9 mm x 19 calibre replacement barrels were manufactured in two lenghts: 96-mm and 120-mm.
But soon 9 mm x 19 ammunition was selected as its future calibre because it was more suitable for submachinegun use (making large capacity magazines was easier for it).
As all 9 mm x 19 ammunition manufactured during World War 2 in Finland was hot loaded submachinegun-ammunition using this ammunition also pistols of same calibre unfortunately wasn't exactly unusual during World War 2 and years after it.
www.jaegerplatoon.net /PISTOLS1.htm   (3858 words)

  
 THE WEAPONS COLLECTION
The 9 mm Parabellum Model 1938A was the first of a series of very well designed finely made weapons which were widely distributed in countries other than ltaly.
Mechanically, and in appearance, the 7.63 mm and the 9 mm are the same.
One of the best known pistols in the world, this Luger fires the 9 mm parabellum cartridge which is the most widely used sub-machine gun and pistol cartridge in the world.
www.maths.tcd.ie /~lucian/oldlarp/shop.html   (5660 words)

  
 Mauser C96 information information - Search.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The C96 were usually made in 7.63 x 25 mm Mauser, but many were also made in 9 x 19 mm Parabellum (Luger), and versions in.45 ACP caliber were produced by China.
The Mauser C/96 was also manufactured on a limited or experimental basis in 7.65 mm Borchart, 9 mm Mauser, 7.65 mm Parabellum, 9 mm Largo (Bergmann), and 8.15 mm Mauser.
This variant was named the "Red 9" and had a large, red-painted number "9" debossed on the handle, to prevent the pistols' users from loading them with 7.63mm ammunition by mistake.
www.search.com /reference/Mauser_C96   (688 words)

  
 Beretta mod. 1923
Above all it had to be chambered far the 9 mm Model 1910 (Glisenti) cartridge, that is to soy able to load Army ordinance cartridge.
Besides, the cartridge hod the some measurements as the 9 mm Parabellum and therefore was o source of dangerous misunderstandings on the port of less experienced users.
If furthermore the purchase of Patent 1919 col. 6.35 mm pistols is taken into consideration, even if this weapon had not been officially adopted, one con only admire without reservation the way in which officers and non-commissioned officers, in Italian fashion, found o way out of this maze.
www.berettaweb.com /1923/mod_1923_P1.htm   (1231 words)

  
 Luger Parabellum
La pistola Parabellum nació en 1900 del trabajo conjunto de ambos bajo la marca DWM (conocida con las siglas P.00, siendo las dos últimas cifras el año de fabricación), arma que fue adoptada por el ejército suizo mucho antes que por el alemán.
En 1902 DWM crea el famoso cartucho 9 mm Parabellum, todavía ampliamente usado hoy, para darle a su pistola más poder de parada, que era una necesidad evidente para ganar mercados militares.
El marco era reformado 2 mm para emparejar la diferencia entre el cartucho 7.65 y el 9 mm.
www.angelfire.com /droid/gnguer/parabellumluger.htm   (1150 words)

  
 The Probert Encyclopaedia - Weapons and Warfare (1-A)
The 2A42 is a Russian 30 mm calibre auto-cannon mounted on BMP-2 and ZSU-30-2.
She has a displacement of 2900 tons and is armed with eight Aerospatiale MM 40 Exocet missiles, one OTO Melara 5in gun, eight Breda/Bofors 40 mm guns, six 324 mm ILAS 3 (2 triple) torpedo tubes and two Breda 105 mm SCLAR Chaff rocket launchers.
It takes a 9 round magazine and is available in three barrel lengths; 153 mm (standard) 114 mm and 86 mm with a reduced seven round magazine and a cropped grip.
www.fas.org /news/reference/probert/F1.HTM   (8589 words)

  
 Viriatus - Miniaturas e Figurinos Militares
A munição 7,65 mm Borchardt foi, na verdade, a primeira munição, para pistola semi-automática, bem sucedida, tendo servido de padrão para outras munições que vieram a ser desenvolvidas posteriormente.
Na década de 40 surgiram cartuchos 7,65 mm parabellum que, na base, tinham as iniciais FCPQ (Fábrica de Cartuchame e Pólvoras Químicas) e apenas os dois últimos dígitos da data.
A pistola Parabellum terá sido a primeira arma que foi efectivamente distribuída aos oficiais.
www.viriatus.com /parabellum02.asp   (1139 words)

  
 9 x 19 Parabellum, 9 Luger - MUNICION.ORG
Cartucho de 9 mm Parabellum, bala expansiva semiblindada.
Cartucho de 9 mm Parabellum, bala de punta hueca, con marcas para facilitar la expansión (JI0021) y detalle de una de estas balas (JI0278).
Cartucho de 9 mm Parabellum, de tiro reducido, culote de latón y cuerpo en plástico azul.
www.municion.org /9para/9para.htm   (2118 words)

  
 M1911 FACTS AND INFORMATION
It was officially replaced, largely due to considerations of NATO commitments, with a 9 mm sidearm, the Beretta 92F/FS, on January 14, 1985.
The U.S. went to a 9 mm round with M9 Pistol, however, it is poised to at least partially go back to.45 if the Joint Combat Pistol is a success.
Whether.45 ACP is re-adopted or not as the standard combat pistol round, 9 mm will likely remain as a permanent replacement for the.38 revolvers and pistols.
www.thelegalreport.com /M1911   (2799 words)

  
 Genitron.com - Sterling 9 mm Mk VII Pistol   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This automatic pistol is essentially a modified version of the Sterling L2A1 machine gun used by the British during World War II, the primary differences being a shortened barrel (4 inches versus 7.8 inches) and the lack of a butt stock.
The Mk VII fired a 9 mm Parabellum round and was issued with a 10-round magazine, although the housing accepted the L2A1 20 and 43 round magazines as well.
The sights are the same as the machine gun, consisting of a square post front sight and a flip-over aperture back sight.
www.genitron.com /unique19.html   (134 words)

  
 Arms and Ammunition
The gun is produced in.45 ACP for the American market and was briefly produced in 7.65-mm Parabellum.
The USSR never adopted the 9-mm Parabellum round, preferring instead the 7.63-mmx25 cartridge fired by the TT-33 Tokarev.
The Pocket 9 is a six-shot 9-mm auto that will fit in your pocket.
www.angelfire.com /mn/sindhpolice/pistols.html   (1578 words)

  
 Weapons
It weighed about 9 1/2 lbs., and the major drawback in wartime was the loud metallic sound made after the last round was fired and the metal clip ejected upwards, notifying the enemy that the weapon was empty!
Used 7.62 mm, 5 round integral box magazine, weighed 9.7 lbs; the above pictured weapon was brought back to the US by one of General Patton's troops during WW2, and has a 1924 stamp on it.
This weapon, often called the Parabellum, was originated in 1898, and served Germany through both world wars, eventually being replaced by the Walther P-38.
www.military-collections.com /weapons.html   (2876 words)

  
 CZ 75 | Rifles N Guns
The CZ Model 75 is a semiautomatic pistol that chambers 9 mm Parabellum and.40 SandW rounds.
The CZ Model 75 weighs 35.3 ounces when in an unloaded condition and measures 206 mm in length and 35 mm in width.
The magazine is of the detachable box type and accommodates, depending on the model, either 15 to 16 9 mm Parabellum rounds or 12.40 SandW rounds.
www.riflesnguns.com /pistol/cz/75   (713 words)

  
 German pistols   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Parabellum (Luger) 1908 (P08), dated 1939, in 9 mm para bellum with sholder holster.
Parabellum (Luger) 1908 (P08), dated 1939, in 9 mm para bellum with belt holster
Fabrique National Browning Model 10/22's in 9 mm (upper) and 7.65 mm (lower) German proofs
www.oldrifles.com /german-pistols.htm   (377 words)

  
 Mauser C96
The C96 was usually made in 7.63 x 25 mm Mauser, but many were also made in 9 mm Luger Parabellum and versions in.45 ACP caliber were produced in China.
The C96 was also manufactured on a limited or experimental basis in 7.65 mm Borchart, 9 mm Mauser, 7.65 mm Parabellum, 9 mm Largo (Bergmann), and 8.15 mm Mauser.
This variant was named the "Red 9" and had a large, red-painted number "9" debossed on the handle, to prevent the pistols' users from loading them with 7.63 mm ammunition by mistake.
www.danceage.com /biography/sdmc_C96   (676 words)

  
 SIG P226 - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Unlike the P226, the P228 is available only in a 9 mm Luger/Parabellum chambering.
The P229 is nearly identical to the P228 but it has a one piece solid steel (vs. the P228's carbon stamped steel) slide and is available in 9 mm,.40 SandW, and.357 SIG chamberings.
From a distance, the P228 can be differentiated from the P226 by comparing the trigger guards (the P228's is curved, while the P226's is slightly hooked) and the barrel and slide lengths (the P228's barrel is 12.7 mm shorter, thus having a corresponding shorter slide).
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/P226   (878 words)

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