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Question 1: In 1993 Voere of ________ began selling a gun and caseless ammunition.
HungaryAustriaCzech RepublicPoland

Question 2: ________ - The standard Russian rifle round from the 1890s to the mid-1940s.
7.62x54mmR7.62x25mm Tokarev14.5x114mm7.62x38mmR

Question 3: Blanks may also be used to launch a ________, although later systems used a "bullet trap" design that captures a bullet from a conventional round, speeding deployment.
Rifle grenadeM1903 SpringfieldM16 rifleHand grenade

Question 4: ________ cartridges, on the other hand, have a rim at the base of the case which seats into the cylinder block to keep the cartridge from moving too far forward in the cylinder.
RevolverFirearmHandgunEnfield revolver

Question 5: ________ - Adopted by the US Army in 1873 as their standard service rifle cartridge.
Cartridge (firearms).45-70.30-06 SpringfieldInternal ballistics

Question 6: As a In the ________ (1861-65) a breechloading rifle, the Sharps, was introduced and produced in large numbers.
American Civil WarBleeding KansasTennesseeUnited States

Question 7: It could be loaded with either a ball or a ________.
BulletCartridge (firearms)Paper cartridgeInternal ballistics

Question 8: .376 Steyr - Roughly a shortened ________ case necked up for .375 inches (9.5 mm) projectiles.
9.3x64mm Brenneke9.3x62mm6.5x68mm.300 H&H Magnum

Question 9: .308 Winchester - the commercial name of a centerfire cartridge based on the military ________ round.
M14 rifle7.62x51mm NATOM16 rifle.30-06 Springfield

Question 10: Some ammunition is also made with ________ cases (see picture).

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