What are the diffrent size caliber rifles between .22 cal and .50 cal.?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Rimfire

    .17 Hornady Mach 2 (.17HM2)

    .17 Hornady Magnum Rimfire(.17HMR)

    .22 Long

    .22 Long Rifle

    .22 Short

    .22 WMR (.22 Magnum)

    .22 WRF

    5mm Remington Magnum

    Common Centerfire

    Inches

    .17 Remington

    .17 Remington Fireball (based on the wildcat .17 Mach IV)

    .204 Ruger

    .218 Bee

    .22-250 Remington

    .22 Hornet

    .22 PPC

    .22 BR Remington

    .220 Russian

    .220 Swift

    .221 Remington Fireball

    .222 Remington

    .222 Remington Magnum

    .223 Remington (.223 AI)

    .223 WSSM

    .224 Weatherby Magnum

    .225 Winchester

    .244 Remington (6 mm Remington)

    .240 Weatherby Magnum

    .243 Winchester (.243 AI)

    .243 WSSM

    .244 H&H Magnum

    .250-3000 Savage

    .256 Winchester Magnum

    .256 Newton

    .25-06 Remington

    .25-20 Winchester

    .25-35 Winchester (6.5 x 52R)

    .25 Remington

    .25 WSSM

    .257 Roberts (.257 Roberts +P)

    .257 Weatherby Magnum

    .260 Remington

    .264 Winchester Magnum

    6.8 mm Remington SPC

    .270 Weatherby Magnum

    .270 Winchester

    .270 WSM (Winchester Short Magnum)

    .276 Pedersen

    .280 British

    .280 Remington (a.k.a.7 mm Express Remington)

    .280 Ross

    .284 Winchester

    .30 Carbine

    .30 Newton

    .30 Remington

    .30-30 Winchester

    .30-06 Springfield

    .30-40 Krag(.30 Army)

    .30-378 Weatherby Magnum

    .300 Savage

    .300 Remington SA Ultra Mag

    .300 WSM (Winchester Short Magnum)

    .300 Winchester Magnum

    .300 H&H Magnum

    .300 Weatherby Magnum

    .300 Remington Ultra Mag

    .303 British

    .303 Savage

    .308 Norma Magnum

    .308 Winchester (7.62 x 51 mm NATO)

    .32-20 Winchester (.32 WCF, .32-20 Marlin, .32 Colt Lightning)

    .32-40 Ballard

    .32-40 Winchester

    .32 Remington

    .32 Winchester self loading

    .32 Winchester Special

    .325 WSM (Winchester Short Magnum)

    .33 Winchester (.33 WCF)

    .338-378 Weatherby Magnum

    .338 Federal

    .338 Lapua Magnum

    .338 Remington Ultra Magnum

    .338 Winchester Magnum

    .340 Weatherby Magnum

    .348 Winchester

    .35 Newton

    .35 Remington

    .35 Whelen

    .35 Winchester

    .350 Remington Magnum

    .351 Winchester self loading

    .356 Winchester

    .358 Norma Magnum

    .358 Winchester

    .375 H&H Magnum

    .375 Ruger

    .375 Remington Ultra Magnum

    .375 Weatherby Magnum

    .375 Whelen (.375-06)

    .375 Winchester

    .376 Steyr

    .378 Weatherby Magnum

    .38-40 Winchester

    .38-55 Winchester

    .40-60 Remington

    .400 H&H Magnum

    .401 Winchester self loading

    .404 Jeffery (10.75 x 73)

    .405 Winchester

    .416 Remington Magnum

    .416 Rigby

    .416 Weatherby Magnum

    .44-40 Winchester

    .44 Remington Magnum

    .444 Marlin

    .45-70 Government

    .450 Bushmaster

    .450 Marlin

    .450 Rigby

    .458 Winchester Magnum

    .460 Weatherby Magnum

    .465 H&H Magnum

    .470 Nitro Express

    Metric

    5.45 x 39 mm M74

    5.6 x 50R 5.6 x 50 Magnum

    5.6 x 52R (.22 Savage Hi-Power)

    5.6 x 57 5.6 x 57R

    5.6 x 61 SE (5.6 x 61 Vom Hofe Super Express)

    5.56 mm NATO

    5.7 x 28 mm

    6 mm BR Remington

    6 mm PPC

    6 mm Remington (.244 Remington)

    6.5-284

    6.5 mm Remington Magnum

    6.5 x 50 mm Arisaka

    6.5 x 52 Mannlicher-Carcano

    6.5 x 53R Dutch (6.5x53R Mannlicher and .256 Mannlicher)

    6.5 x 54 Mannlicher-Schoenauer (a.k.a. 6.5x53 Rimless)

    6.5 x 55 Swedish Mauser

    6.5 X 68 (also incorrectly known as the 6.5 x 68 RWS, 6.5 x 68 Schüler or the 6.5 x 68 Von Hofe Express)

    7 mm caliber

    7 mm-08 Remington

    7-30 Waters

    7 mm BR Remington

    7 mm Express Remington (a.k.a. .280 Remington)

    7 mm Remington Magnum

    7 mm Remington SA Ultra Mag

    7 mm Remington Ultra Magnum

    7 mm STW

    7 mm Weatherby Magnum

    7 mm WSM (Winchester Short Magnum)

    7 x 57 mm Mauser (.275 Rigby)

    7 x 61 Sharpe & Hart

    7 x 64 Brenneke

    7.5 mm Swiss, (7.5 x 55 Schmidt Rubin)

    7.5 x 57 mm MAS mod. 1924 7.5 x 54 mm MAS mod. 1929

    7.62 mm caliber

    7.62x25 Tokarev

    7.62x38R

    7.62 x 39 mm

    7.62 x 51 mm NATO (.308 Winchester)

    7.62 x 54R(rimmed) (7.62 Russian)

    7.63x25 Mauser

    7.65 mm Luger Parabellum

    7.65 x 53 (7.65 Argentine)

    7.65 x 53R

    7.7 x 58 Arisaka

    7.92 x 33mm(kurz)

    7.92x57 mm Mauser (8 mm Mauser or 8x57 IS)

    8 mm Lebel

    8 mm Remington Magnum

    8 x 50 mmR

    8 x 56 Mannlicher-Schoenauer

    8 x 56 mmR

    8 x 60 Spitz

    8 x 68 S

    9 x 45 mm

    9 x 56 Mannlicher-Schoenauer

    9 x 57 Mauser

    9.3 x 62

    9.3 x 64 Brenneke

    9.3 x 72D

    9.3 x 74R

    9.5 x 57 Mannlicher-Schoenauer (also .375 Rimless Nitro Express x 2-1/4")

    11 x 60 Mannlicher

    Wildcats - Obscure - Proprietary

    Inches

    .14/221

    .14-222

    .14 Walker Hornet

    .17-223

    .17 Hornet

    .17 PMC/Aguila

    .17 Mach IV (now commercialized as .17 Remington Fireball)

    .17 PPC

    .17/23 SMC

    .19 Calhoon Hornet

    .19 Badger

    .19-223

    .20 VarTarg

    .20 Tactical

    .22-243 Middlestead

    .223 AI

    .240 Apex (.240 Belted Nitro Express and .240 Magnum Flanged)

    .257 Roberts Improved

    .275 H&H Magnum

    .30 USA

    .30-06 JDJ

    .300 Dakota

    .300 ICL Grizzly

    .300 Whisper

    .330 Dakota

    .338-06 A-Square

    .338 Whisper (Series 1)

    .338 Whisper (Series 2)

    .338 x 57 O'Connor

    .375 Dakota

    .375 Whisper (Series 2)

    .408 Chey Tac

    .416 Barrett

    .416 Taylor

    .416 Whisper (Series 2)

    .425 Westley Richards

    .45-90 Sharps

    .45-110 Sharps

    .45-120 Sharps

    .450 Watts Magnum

    .458 Lott

    .458 SOCOM

    Metric

    4.5mm mkr

    5mm Craig

    5mm/35 SMc

    6-06

    6-284

    6 mm BRX

    6 mm Dasher

    6 mm XC

    6 x 45 (6mm/223)

    6 x 47 Swiss Match (6mm/222 Mag)

    6.5 Grendel

    6.5 x 47 Lapua

    7 mm Dakota

    7.82 Lazzeroni Patriot

    7.82 Lazzeroni Warbird

    10 x 35 Vetterli

    Very Large Caliber (.50 and larger)

    Inches

    .50-70 Government

    .50-90 Sharps

    .50-140 Sharps

    .50 Beowulf

    .50 BMG

    .50 Peacekeeper

    .500 Jeffrey Nitro Express

    .500 Nitro Express 3"

    .500/450 Nitro Express

    .500/465 Nitro Express

    .505 Gibbs

    .510 DTC Europ

    .510 Whisper

    .577 Nitro Express

    .577 Tyrannosaur(.577 T-Rex)

    .577 Snider

    .577/450 Martini-Henry

    .585 Nyati

    .600 Nitro Express

    .600/577 REWA

    .700 Nitro Express

    Metric

    12.7 x 99mm Multi-Purpose

    12.7 x 107 mm

    14.5 mm russian

    14.5 mm JDJ

    15.2 mm Steyr Armor Piercing Fin Stabilized Discarding Sabot (APFSDS)

    20 x 110 mm Hispano

    Source(s): Wikipedia
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  • 4 years ago

    the most common ones have been mentioned. There is a real growing popularity of .20 caliber loadings (.204 being one) also, the .17 HRM has gotten very popular, enough to spawn the .17Mach2 which I don't think will last. Further, this has renewed interest in the old .17 remington, which is a necked down .223 However, Cartidges of the World lists some 14 caliber wildcats. According to it, after WWII there was a lot of expirimentation with 14 and even 12 cal rifle rounds, often on 222 brass. It turns out that due to lack of weight the effectiveness of these rounds dropped very rapidly after they slowed to just 2500 fps, so they were outperformed by the .17s and the .20s, which is why they have been placed in the dustbin of history.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    There are too many to list and think of without missing some. Some of the popular calibers are .243, 25-06, .270, 7mm-08, 7mm mag, .308, 30-06, 300 mag, .338mag, .358 mag, .375 H&H, 45-70, and I probably missed at least 50-60 in between.

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  • Aaron
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    Ill tell you what most use to hunt in the US from squirrels to black bear.

    .22 Lr

    .22 Mag

    222

    22-250

    223

    243

    25-06

    270

    7mm and mag and 7mm-08

    280

    30-30

    308

    30-06

    300 mag and win mag

    338

    thats the caibers that get used for US game, amd im sure i missed plenty

    I think the Liist has all of em covered.

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  • H
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    There are entirely too many to completely list here. Ball park? Here goes:

    .22; .24; 25; 6.5mm (which is a .26 caliber); .270; .7mm & 280 (same diameter); 7.62mm; .8mm (.32 caliber); .338; .350; .9mm; .375; .400; .450; .470 and .50 caliber.

    Best.

    H

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Go to any gun store. See all the different sizes on the shelves. That does not even begin to be a drop in the bucket.

    Pretty much everything you see.

    This guy below me is a showoff.

    He listed everything, even those smaller than a .22. I think you should pick him, even though his picture is a little scarey.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Buy a copy of Gun Digest, or a guns & Ammo Annual publication. They have pages and pages of info on different calibers and loads.

    doc

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The size of the shell

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    ur right way to mant to list but ill add 30-30,257 weatherby,280 weatherby,and .44 mag lever action.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Anything you want and about as numerous as the stars in the sky.

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