What is 8mm Jrs?

What is 8mm Jrs?

What is 8mm Jrs?

The 8mm Mauser cartridge was created by the German military in 1888 and continued to be used through World War II. The cartridge has been modified slightly over the years, which has caused confusion when trying to determine which variety of 8mm Mauser ammo works for your rifle.

Is 8×57 JRS the same as 8mm Mauser?

The 8×57 is also known as the 7.92x57mm J, 7.92x57mm JS, the 8x57mm Mauser or plainly as the 8mm Mauser; they are all describing the same cartridge, bullet diameter aside.

What is 8×57 ammo?

The 7.92×57mm Mauser (designated as the 8mm Mauser or 8×57mm by the SAAMI and 8 × 57 IS by the C.I.P.) is a rimless bottlenecked rifle cartridge. The 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge was adopted by the German Empire in 1903–1905, and was the German service cartridge in both World Wars.

What does express ammo mean?

With the widespread adoption of small bore, high velocity rifle cartridges, the meaning of express has shifted in modern usage, and refers to high velocity, large bore rifles and ammunition, typically used for hunting large or dangerous game at close range.

Is 8mm Mauser good for hunting?

30-06 Springfield and 8mm Mauser are solid hunting and sporting cartridges with good performance, great stopping power, and reasonable reliability in the field.

What round does a Turkish Mauser shoot?

It’s a bolt-action rifle that fires 8mm rounds, has a five-round capacity, a 29″ barrel and a weight of 9.2lbs.

Is express better than high velocity?

As you have already stated high velocity give better range, but it also boosts your damage. Express bullets only boost damage. Apart from the slightly higher price there are no drawbacks to Express ammunition.

What is the 8×57 JRS?

The 8×57 JRS is a rimmed version of the .323-inch 8mm Mauser cartridge – designed to be used by hunters who wanted the power of the 8mm Mauser in their break-open hunting rifles. Learn More There are no products matching the selection.

Are bolt action rifles still made in 8×57 JS?

Today not many bolt action rifles are made in 8×57 JS, but a good many double rifles and combination guns are still being chambered in 8x57JRS. However as the latter type of guns has a weaker action the loads should be reduced in order not to exceed the pressure limits.

What is 8×57 Mauser rimmed ammo?

8mm Rimmed Mauser (8x57mm JRS) The original 8mm Mauser cartridge featured a .318 diameter projectile, and today you can find a .318 diameter projectile in any ammo marked as 8×57 JR. The “R” stands for rimmed, as all of the available 8mm Mauser ammunition with .318 diameter projectiles are loaded into a rimmed case.

Is the 8mm Jr bolt action rifle still around?

Actually it is quite rare nowadays to find a bolt action rifle in the old “J”-caliber (.318”), but old combination guns are still around and a good many of them were made for the 8mm JR.