7 mm caliber

This article lists firearm cartridges which have a bullet in the 7.0 millimetres (0.2756 in) to 7.99 millimetres (0.3146 in) caliber range.

  • Length refers to the cartridge case length.
  • OAL refers to the overall length of the cartridge.
7 mm caliber
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Example of a 7 mm cartridge, a .32 S&W
Firearm cartridges

All measurements are in mm (in).

Pistol cartridgesEdit

Name Bullet Case type Case length Rim Base Shoulder Neck OAL
7×20mm Nambu[1] 7.112 (.280) rimless bottleneck 19.81 (0.78) 9.12 (.359) 8.91 (.351) 8.56 (.337) 7.52 (.296) 26.92 (1.06)
7.5 FK[2] 7.5 rimless bottleneck 27.0 - 10.8 - - 35.0
7.62×42mm 7.62 - 42.0 - - - - -
7.65mm Roth–Sauer[1] 7.645 (.301) rimless straight 12.95 (0.51) 8.51 (.335) 8.51 (.335) - 8.43 (.332) 21.34 (0.84)
7.62×25mm Tokarev 7.798 (.307) rimless bottleneck 24.99 (.984) 9.96 (.392) 9.83 (.387) 9.47 (.373) 8.48 (.334) 34.29 (1.35)
7.65×25mm Borchardt 7.798 (.307) rimless bottleneck 25.15 (.990) 9.91 (.390) 9.78 (.385) 9.4 (.370) 8.41 (.331) 34.54 (1.36)
7.65mm Mannlicher[1] 7.823 (.308) rimless straight 21.34 (0.84) 8.48 (.334) 8.43 (.332) - 8.41 (.331) 28.45 (1.12)
7.63×25mm Mauser 7.823 (.308) rimless bottleneck 25.15 (.990) 9.91 (.390) 9.68 (.368) 9.4 (.370) 8.43 (.332) 34.54 (1.36)
7.65mm Longue[1] 7.849 (.309) rimless straight 19.81 (0.78) 8.56 (.337) 8.56 (.337) - 8.53 (.336) 30.23 (1.19)
7.65×21mm Parabellum 7.861 (.3095) rimless bottleneck 21.59 (.850) 10.01 (.394) 9.906 (.390) 9.627 (.379) 8.433 (.332) 29.84 (1.175)
.32 ACP (7.65×17mmSR Browning) 7.938 (.3125) semi-rimmed straight 17.27 (.680) 9.093 (.358) 8.585 (.338) N/A 8.55 (.336) 25.0 (.984)
.32 NAA 7.95 (.3125) rimless bottleneck 17.27 (.680) 9.50 (.374) 9.50 (.374) 9.47 (.373) 8.55 (.336) 25.0 (.984)

Revolver cartridgesEdit

Name Bullet Case type Case length Rim Base Neck OAL
.30 Short[3] 7.26 (.286) rimmed straight 13.08 (.515) 8.79 (.346) 7.42 (.292) 7.42 (.292) 20.88 (.822)
7.62×38mmR (7.62mm Nagant {rimmed})[1] 7.82 (.308) rimmed straight 38.86 (1.53) 9.855 (.388) 8.51 (.335) 7.26 (.286) 38.86 (1.53)
.32 Smith & Wesson[1] 7.950 (.312) rimmed straight 15.49 (0.61) 9.53 (.375) 8.51 (.335) 8.48 (.334) 23.37 (0.92)
.32 Short Colt (.320 Revolver)[1] 7.950 (.313) rimmed straight 16.51 (.650) 9.576 (.377) 8.077 (.318) 7.95 (.313) 24.38 (.960)
.32 Long Colt (.32 Colt) 7.950 (.313)[1] rimmed straight 23.37 (0.92) 9.500 (.374) 8.077 (.318) 7.95 (.313) 32.00 (1.26)
.32 S&W Long (.32 Colt New Police)[1] 7.950 (.312) rimmed straight 23.62 (0.93) 9.53 (.375) 8.51 (.335) 8.48 (.334) 32.26 (1.27)
.32 H&R Magnum 7.950 (.312) rimmed straight 27.3 (1.075) 9.5 (.375) 8.6 (.337) 8.6 (.337) 34.30 (1.35)
.327 Federal Magnum 7.950 (.312) rimmed straight 30.00 (1.20) 9.5 (.375) 8.6 (.337) 8.6 (.337) 37.00 (1.47)

Rifle cartridgesEdit

6.8 mm (.277 in) rifle cartridges (commonly known as .270 or 6.8 mm)Edit

Name Bullet Case length Rim Base Shoulder Neck OAL
.270 British 7.04 (.277) 46 (1.8) 11.3 (.44) 11.3 (.44) - - 62.3 (2.45)
.277 Wolverine 7.04 (.277) 1.530-1.535 in (38.86 mm, trim) to 1.545 in (39.24 mm, max.) 9.60 mm (0.378 in) 9.58 mm (0.377 in) 9.04 mm (0.356 in) 7.85 mm (0.3089 in) 57.40 mm (2.26 in)max. COAL (typical)
.270 Weatherby Magnum[4] 7.043 (.2773) 65 (2.55) 13.50 (.5315) 12.997 (.5117) 12.49 (.492) 7.747 (.305) 83.69 (3.295)
.27 Nosler[4] 7.061 (.2780) 65.79 (2.590) 13.56 (.534) 13.970 (.5500) 13.416 (.5282) 7.976 (.3140) 84.84 (3.340)
.270 Winchester[4] 7.061 (.2780) 64.52 (2.540) 12.01 (.473) 11.933 (.4698) 11.201 (.4410) 7.82 (.308) 84.84 (3.340)
.270 Winchester Short Magnum[4] 7.061 (.2780) 53.34 (2.100) 13.59 (.535) 14.097 (.55 50) 13.665 (.538) 7.976 (.3140) 72.64 (2.860)
.277 FURY[5] 7.061 (.2780) 51.18 (2.015) 11.99 (.4720) 11.95 (.4703) 11.71 (.4611) 7.87 (.3100) 71.76 (2.825)
6.8mm Remington SPC[4] 7.061 (.2780) 42.835 (1.6864) 10.72 (.422) 10.686 (.4207) 10.196 (.4014) 7.772 (.306) 57.40 (2.260)

7.0 mm (.284 in) rifle cartridges (commonly known as 7mm)Edit

Name Bullet Case length Rim Base Shoulder Neck OAL
.276 Enfield 7.163 (.282) 59.69 (2.35) 13.13 (.517) 13.41 (.528) 11.7 (.460) 8.20 (.323) 82.04 (3.23)
.284 Winchester 7.214 (.284) 55.12 (2.170) 12.01 (.473) 12.72 (.501) 12.06 (.475) 8.13 (.320) 71.12 (2.80)
7mm BR
(Bench Rest)
7.214 (.284) 38.61 (1.520) 12.01 (.473) 11.94 (.470) 11.68 (.460) 7.82 (.308) -
.280 British 7.214 (.284) 43.434 (1.71) 11.633(.458) 11.94 (.470) 11.38 (.448) 7.95 (.313) 64.516 (2.54)
.280/30 British 7.214 (.284) 43.434 (1.71) 12.01 (.473) 11.94 (.470) 11.38 (.448) 7.95 (.313) 64.516 (2.54)
7mm-08 Remington 7.214 (.284) 51.689 (2.035) 12.01 (.473) 11.94 (.470) 11.53 (.454) 8.00 (.315) 71.12 (2.80)
7mm Raptor 7.214 (.284) 40.0 (1.575) 9.6 (.378) 9.548 (.3759) 9.103 (.3573) - 57.4 (2.26)
7mm Remington SAUM
(Short Action Ultra Magnum)
7.214 (.284) 51.69 (2.035) 13.564 (.534) 13.97 (.550) 13.564 (.534) 8.128 (.320) 71.76 (2.825)
7-30 Waters 7.214 (.284) 52 (2.04) 12.9 (.506) 10.7 (.422) 10.137 (.3991)[4] 7.8 (.306) 64 (2.52)
7mm WSM 7.214 (.284) 53.34 (2.100) 13.59 (.535) 14.10 (.555) 13.67 (.538) 8.15 (.321) 72.64 (2.860)[4]
7mm Remington Magnum 7.214 (.284) 63.50 (2.50) 13.51 (.532) 13.00 (.512) 12.47 (.491) 8.00 (.315) 83.56 (3.290)
7mm Dakota 7.214 (.284) 63.50 (2.500) 13.84 (.545) 13.84 (.545) 13.49 (.531) 8.00 (.315) -
.280 Remington
7mm-06 Remington
7 mm Remington Express
7.214 (.284) 64.52 (2.54) 12.01 (.473) 11.94 (.470) 11.20 (.441) 8.00 (.315) 84.58 (3.33)
7mm Weatherby Magnum 7.214 (.284) 65.0 (2.55) 13.5 (.530) 13.0 (.511) 12.4 (.490) 7.9 (.312) 83.0 (3.25)
7mm STW[6]
(Shooting Times Westerner)
7.214 (.284) 72.39 (2.850) 13.02 (.5126) 13.51 (.532) 12.36 (.4868) 8.00 (.315) 91.44 (3.60)
7mm RUM
(Remington Ultra Magnum)
7.214 (.284) 72.39 (2.85) 13.564 (.534) 13.97 (.550) 13.335 (.525) 8.179 (.322) 92.71 (3.650)
7x61mm Sharpe & Hart 7.214 (.284) 60.8 (2.394) 13.5 (.532) 13.08 (.515) 12.14 (.478) 8.12 (.320) 83.06 (3.27)
.276 Pedersen 7.218 (.284) 51.38 (2.023) 11.43 (.450) 11.43 (.450) 9.78 (.385) 7.95 (.313) 72.39 (2.85)
.28 Nosler[4] 7.226 (.2845) 65.79 (2.590) 13.56 (.534) 13.970 (.5500) 13.399 (.5275) 8.128 (.3200) 84.84 (3.340)
.280 Ackley Improved[4] 7.226 (.2845) 64.14 (2.525) 11.99 (.472) 11.900 (.4685) 11.534 (.4541) 8.001 (.3150) 84.58 (3.330)
7×57mm Mauser
7 mm Mauser
Spanish Mauser
.275 Rigby
7.24 (.285) 57.00 (2.244) 12.01 (.473) 11.99 (.472) 10.92 (.430) 8.23 (.324) 77.72 (3.06)
7×64mm [7] 7.24 (.285) 64.00 (2.520) 11.95 (.470) 11.85 (.467) 10.80 (.425) 7.95 (.313) 84.00 (3.307)
7×33mm Sako[8] 7.26 (.286) 33.33 (1.312) 10.00 (.394) 9.93 (.391) 9.52 (.375) 7.95 (.313) tapering to 7.90 (.311) 44.44 (1.750)
.280 Ross [9]
.280 Rimless
.280 Nitro
7.29 (.287) 65.79 (2.59) 14.12 (.556) 13.56 (.534) 10.26 (.404) 8.05 (.317) 88.9 (3.50)

7.8 mm (.308 in) rifle cartridges (commonly known as .308, 30 caliber, 7.62 mm)Edit

Name Bullet Case length Rim Base Shoulder Neck OAL
7.35×51mm Carcano 7.57 (.298) 51.50 (2.028) 11.40 (0.449) 11.40 (0.449) 10.85 (0.427) 8.32 (0.328) 73.70 (2.902)
7.5×55mm Swiss 7.77 (.306) 55.499 (2.185) 12.598 (.496) 12.548 (.494) 11.481 (.452) 8.484 (.334) 77.47 (3.05)
.30 Carbine 7.798 (.307) 32.77 (1.290) 9.14 (.360) 8.99 (.354) N/A 8.41 (.331) 41.91 (1.65)
.30 Pedersen 7.82 (.308) 19.76 (.778) 8.48 (.334) 8.48 (.334) N/A 8.43 (.332) 30.38 (1.196)
7.62×40mm Wilson Tactical 7.82 (.308) 39.8 (1.565) 9.6 (.378) 9.6 (.377) - - 57.15 (2.25)
7.62×51mm NATO 7.82 (.308) 51.05 (2.01) 11.94 (.470) 11.84 (.466) 11.35 (.447) 8.58 (.338) 69.85 (2.75)
.308 Winchester 7.82 (.308) 51.18 (2.015) 11.94 (.470) 11.94 (.470) 11.53 (.454) 8.74 (.344) 69.85 (2.75)
.300 RSAUM 7.82 (.308) 51.181 (2.015) 13.564 (.534) 13.97 (.550) 13.564 (.534) 8.74 (.344) 71.8 (2.825)
7.5×54mm French [10] 7.82 (.308) 53.59 (2.11) 12.24 (.482) 12.19 (.480) 11.2 (.441) 8.64 (.340) 75.95 (2.99)
.30-40 Krag 7.82 (.308) 58.674 (2.31) 13.84 (.545) 11.608 (.457) 10.541 (.415) 8.585 (.338) 78.74 (3.10)
.300 Winchester Magnum 7.82 (.308) 66.55 (2.62) 13.51 (.532) 13.03 (.513) 12.42 (.489) 8.61 (.339) 84.84 (3.34)
.300 Weatherby Magnum [11] 7.82 (.308) 71.75 (2.825) 13.49 (.531) 13 (.512) 12.5 (.492) 8.53 (.336) 90.47 (3.562)
.300 H&H Magnum 7.82 (.308) 72.4 (2.850) 13.5 (.532) 13.0 (.513) 11.4 (.450) 8.6 (.338) 91.40 (3.600)
.300 RUM 7.82 (.308) 72.39 (2.850) 13.564 (.534) 13.97 (.550) 13.335 (.525) 8.74 (.344) 90.30 (3.555)
.30-378 Weatherby Magnum [12] 7.82 (.308) 73.99 (2.913) 14.71 (.579) 14.78 (.582) 14.25 (.561) 8.56 (.337) 93.73 (3.690)
.300 Savage 7.82 (.308) 47.5 (1.871) 12.01 (.473) 11.96 (.471) 11.3 (.446) 8.6 (.339) 66.04 (2.60)
.303 Savage 7.82 (.308) 51.2 (2.015) 12.8 (.505) 11.2 (.442) 10.5 (.413) 8.5 (.333) 64.01 (2.520)
.30 Remington 7.82 (.308) 52.3 (2.06) 10.7 (.422) 10.7 (.421) 64.14 (2.525)
.308 Norma Magnum 7.82 (.308) 65.0 (2.56) 13.5 (.531) 13.0 (.513) 12.4 (.489) 8.6 (.340) 83.82 (3.30)
.300 Lapua Magnum 7.82 (.308) 69.73 (2.745) 14.93 (.588) 14.91 (.587) 13.82 (.544) 8.73 (.344) 94.50 (3.72)
30 BR[13] 7.82 (.308) 38.41 (1.512) 12.01 (.473) 11.94 (.470) 11.66 (.459) 8.33 (.328) 58.00 (2.283)
.300 WSM
(Winchester Short Magnum)
7.823 (.308) 53.34 (2.100) 13.59 (.535) 14.10 (.555) 13.665 (.538) 8.74 (.344) 72.64 (2.860)
.30 Newton 7.823 (.308) 64 (2.52) 13.3 (.525) 13.3 (.523) 12.5 (.491) 8.6 (.340) 85 (3.35)
300 Precision Rifle Cartridge[14] 7.833 (.3084) 65.53 (2.580) 13.51 (.532) 13.513 (.5320) 13.080 (.5150) 8.66 (.341) 93.98 (3.700)
.30-06 Springfield 7.835 (.3085) 63.35 (2.494) 12.01 (.473) 11.94 (.470) 11.07 (.436) 8.628 (.3397) 84.84 (3.340)
.30-03 7.835 (.3085) 64.52 (2.54) 12.01 (.473) 11.94 (.470) 11.2 (.441) 8.64 (.340) 84.84 (3.340)
300 AAC Blackout[4] 7.849 (.3090) 34.75 (1.368) 9.60 (.378) 9.548 (.3759) 9.161 (.3607) 8.484 (.3340) 57.40 (2.260)
300 Ruger Compact Magnum[4] 7.849 (.3090) 53.34 (2.100) 13.51 (.532) 13.513 (.5320) 13.081 (.5150) 8.636 (.3400) 72.14 (2.840)
.30-30 Winchester 7.849 (.309) 51.79 (2.039) 12.85 (.506) 10.72 (.422) 10.18 (.401) 8.46 (.333) 64.77 (2.550)
30 Remington AR[4] 7.849 (.3090) 38.86 (1.530) 12.50 (.492) 12.700 (.5000) 12.407 (.4885) 8.687 (.3420) tapering to 8.661 (.3410) 57.40 (2.260)
.307 Winchester[4] 7.849 (.3090) 51.18 (2.015) 12.85 (.506) 11.946 (.4703) 11.532 (.4540) 8.725 (.3435) 56.02 (2.550)
300 HAM'R[15] 7.849 (.309) 40.72 (1.603) 9.60 (.378) 9.548 (.3759) 9.261 (.3646) 8.43 (.332) 57.40 (2.260)
7.62×45mm 7.85 (.309) 44.9 (1.768) 11.18 (.440) 11.20 (.441) 10.46 (.412) 8.48 (.334) 60.00 (2.560)
7,62 × 53 R[16] 7.85 (.309) 53.50 (2.106) 14.40 (.567) 12.42 (.489) 11.61 (.457) 8.55 (.337) tapering to 8.50 (.335) 77.00 (3.031)
.300 Norma Mag[4] 0.0 (.0) 0.0 (0.0) 0.0 (.0) 00.0 (.0) 00.00 (.0) 0.0 (.0) 00.0 (0.00)
.300 LRH[4] 0.0 (.0) 0.0 (0.0) 0.0 (.0) 00.0 (.0) 00.00 (.0) 0.0 (.0) 00.0 (0.00)
7.82 Warbird[4] 0.0 (.0) 0.0 (0.0) 0.0 (.0) 00.0 (.0) 00.00 (.0) 0.0 (.0) 00.0 (0.00)
.300 Werewolf[4] 0.0 (.0) 0.0 (0.0) 0.0 (.0) 00.0 (.0) 00.00 (.0) 0.0 (.0) 00.0 (0.00)

7.87 mm (.310 in) and greater rifle cartridgesEdit

Name Bullet Case length Rim Base Shoulder Neck OAL
7.62×39mm M43 7.899 (.311) 38.65 (1.522) 11.30 (.445) 11.25 (.443) 10.01 (.394) 8.636 (.340) 55.80 (2.197)
7.62×54mmR[17] 7.92 (.31) 53.72 (2.115) 14.48 (.570) 12.37 (0.487) 11.61 (.452) 8.53 (.335) 77.16 (3.038)
.303 British 7.925 (.312) 55.88 (2.2) 13.46 (.530) 11.61 (.457) 10.19 (.401) 8.53 (.336) 76.48 (3.011)
.32-20 Winchester
.32-20 WCF
7.937 (.3125) 33.401 (1.315) 10.287 (.405) 8.966 (.353) 8.687 (.342) 8.280 (.326) 40.386 (1.59)
7.65×53mm Argentine 7.95 (.313) 53.188 (2.094) 11.938 (.470) 11.887 (.468) 10.897 (.429) 8.585 (.338) 75.387 (2.968)
7.7×58mm Arisaka 7.95 (.313) 57.15 (2.25) 11.94 (.470) 11.89 (.468) 10.9 (.429) 8.59 (.338) 74.93 (2.95)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  16. ^ C.I.P.: 7,62 × 53 R
  17. ^ C.I.P.: 7.62 × 54 R

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