a swift glance at the Hungarian Steyr Model 1912 military pistol’s standard 9mm cartridge.
The Steyr Model 1912 automatic pistol’s common Hungarian military pistol cartridge is the 9mm Steryr. Compared to the 9mm Luger’s event, which is 19 millimeters long, it is roughly 23 millinches much. It appears that Romania and Chile, which adopted the Steyr revolver and magazine in 1912, were the only other nations besides Austria to use this as a military round.
This magazine and the 9mm Bergmann-Baard are very similar, and these two are frequently bewildered. However, a nickel-jacketed gun is typically included with 9mm Steyr weapons. The 9mm Bayard event is a little bit longer. The excess military market in the United States has seen the introduction of large quantities of 9mm Steyr guns, and for a while, weapons was easily accessible.
The 9mm Steyr and Bayard share a lot of similarities. Often the Astra Model 400 can manage both, but not other guns. Similar in effectiveness to the.38 Colt Automatic, the 9mm Steyr is a good niche cylinder.
Derringer bullets can be used for reloading because their size is identical to that of a 9mm revolver. The Steyr handgun can handle any normal load from a 9mm Luger or.38 Automatic. This spherical, Fiocchi of Italy however loads.
This article is an extract from Cartridge’s Of The World by Gun Digest.
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