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.475 A&M Magnum

a American rifle cartridgeSource: Wikipedia

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.475 Nitro Express

a British rifle cartridgeSource: Wikipedia

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.475 No. 2 Nitro Express

a British rifle cartridgeSource: Wikipedia

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.475 Wildey Magnum

a semi-automatic pistol that became world famous when it was used in the 1985 Hollywood movie Death Wish 3 starring Charles Bronson and directed by Michael WinnerSource: Wikipedia

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.476 Nitro Express

a British rifle cartridgeSource: Wikipedia

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.480 Ruger

a revolver cartridge, introduced in 2003 by Sturm, Ruger and HornadySource: Wikipedia

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.50 Action Express

(AE, 12.7x33mm) is a large caliber handgun cartridgeSource: Wikipedia

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.50 Beowulf

a rifle cartridge developed by Alexander Arms for use in a modified AR-15 rifleSource: Wikipedia

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.50 BMG

cartridge is also used in long-range target and sniper rifles, as well as other .50 machine gunsSource: Wikipedia

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.50 Caliber BMG Regulation Act of 2004

a law in the state of California that effectively banned all .50 BMG-caliber rifles from being sold in the stateSource: Wikipedia

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.50 caliber handguns

There are a number of handguns that fire .50 caliber rounds, or near .50 caliber rounds, and in some cases even larger calibersSource: Wikipedia

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.50 GI

pistol cartridge was developed by Vic Tibbets and Alex Zimmermann of Guncrafter IndustriesSource: Wikipedia

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.50-140 Sharps

rifle cartridge is a black powder cartridge that was introduced in 1884 as a big game hunting roundSource: Wikipedia

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.50-70 Government

cartridge was a black powder round adopted in 1866 for the Springfield Model 1866 Trapdoor SpringfieldSource: Wikipedia

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.50-90 Sharps

rifle cartridge is a black powder cartridge that was introduced by Sharps Rifle Manufacturing Company in 1872 as a buffalo (American bison) hunting roundSource: Wikipedia

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.500 S&W Magnum

a cartridge that was developed by Cor-Bon with the "X-Gun" engineering team at Smith & Wesson for use in their Model 500 revolvers and introduced in February 2003 at the SHOT trade showSource: Wikipedia

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.500 S&W Special

a cartridge made by Smith & Wesson for use in handgunsSource: Wikipedia

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.500 Wyoming Express

introduced in 2005 by Freedom Arms for their Model 83 .500 WE revolverSource: Wikipedia

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.500/450 Nitro Express

Based on the old blackpowder .500/450, the .500/450 Magnum Nitro Express was introduced by Holland & Holland for their single shot and double rifles during the late 1890sSource: Wikipedia

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a French rifle cartridge developed by Eric Danis in order to comply with firearms legislation in Europe which regulates .50 BMG riflesSource: Wikipedia

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.510 Whisper

developed by SSK Industries to shoot .510 (.50 BMG) bullets in a suppressed rifle. "Cartridges of the World" The case is based on the .338 Lapua Magnum cut down to 1.885 inches (48 mm)Source: Wikipedia

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.577 Nitro Express

a rimmed cartridge in the Nitro Express series of big-game ammunitionSource: Wikipedia

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.577 Snider

cartridge was a British black powder metallic cartridge, which fired a .577" 480gr lead projectile, primarily used in the Snider-Enfield rifleSource: Wikipedia

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.577 Tyrannosaur

Many websites have done reviews of the .577 Tyrannosaur, with the general consensus being that it is impracticalSource: Wikipedia

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.577/450 Martini-Henry

a black powder, centerfire round used by the British and British Empire militaries prior to the adoption of the .303 calibre cartridge used in the Lee-Metford, Martini-Enfield, and Lee-Enfield series of rifles alongside the Nepalese Bira gunSource: Wikipedia

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.585 Nyati

a shoulder-fired rifle cartridgeSource: Wikipedia

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.600 Nitro Express

a round in the Nitro Express series which was introduced in 1903Source: Wikipedia

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.600 Overkill

cartridge is a hunting cartridge designed to fit the CZ550 action, by American Hunting RiflesSource: Wikipedia

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.700 Nitro Express

a big game rifle cartridge made by Holland & Holland, London, EnglandSource: Wikipedia

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.950 JDJ

cartridge is a large-bore rifle cartridge developed by J.D. Jones of SSK IndustriesSource: Wikipedia

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.977 Music Network

an online network of internet radio stations accessible through Winamp and other music player softwareSource: Wikipedia

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the intended internationalised country-code top-level domain for use by BulgariaSource: Wikipedia

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a proposed Internationalized domain name (IDN)Source: Wikipedia

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a hypothetical future Internet top-level domain for use by the Russian FederationSource: Wikipedia

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.測試 (eng. .test) is a proposed Internationalized domain name (IDN)Source: Wikipedia

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a remix album by American noise rock band HEALTHSource: Wikipedia

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Hus is a mancala game played in wide parts of AfricaSource: Wikipedia

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The modern numerical digit 0 is usually written as a circle, an ellipse, or a rounded rectangleSource: Wikipedia

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0 A.D.

a historical real-time strategy freeware game, published by Wildfire GamesSource: Wikipedia

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0 Avenue

runs along the US-Canada border from Peace Arch Park in Surrey to Abbotsford, where it terminatesSource: Wikipedia

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0 Series Shinkansen

were the first trainsets built to run on Japan's new high speed rail network, and are therefore still the image of the Shinkansen in the minds of most non-Japanese because of all the publicity they received when the first Shinkansen line began operatSource: Wikipedia

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0,1-simple lattice

a bounded lattice L is called a 0,1-simple lattice if nonconstant lattice homomorphisms of L preserve the identity of its top and bottom elementsSource: Wikipedia

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an alcohol abuse prevention program developed in 2004 at Francis E. Warren Air Force Base in 2004 based on research by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism regarding binge drinking in college studentsSource: Wikipedia

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0-10 V lighting control

one of the earliest and simplest electronic lighting control signalling systemsSource: Wikipedia

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a locomotive with ten driving wheels (five axles) and neither leading nor trailing wheelsSource: Wikipedia

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in the Whyte notation for the classification of steam locomotives by wheel arrangement, is a locomotive with no leading wheels at all, ten driving wheels, and a two-wheel trailing truckSource: Wikipedia

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