Transitional Cartridges Bookmarked Bookmark Solve this jigsaw puzzle later ShareShare with your friends ReportReport as inappropriate 30 6 63 Solve puzzle 30 pieces 6comments 63 solves Solve puzzle Social Media E-mail Embed Facebook Twitter Pinterest StumbleUpon Recipient's email address Your name Your email address Write a nice message Send e-mail Your email has been sent Send to another recipient Server error Large Square Small Include title Thanks for sharing. Here is your html-code: Why are you reporting this puzzle? It's inappropriate (see guidelines) Infringes my rights Use this form if you’re holding the copyright to the image or representing an artist who does. Please note that the information provided may be forwarded to the person who provided the allegedly infringing content. Your email: * Please make sure your email is correct Artist name: * Please fill out this field Artist website: Other relevant details: It's advertising a product or service It has missing or leftover pieces The puzzles are created programmatically, and the pieces are all there. Most often, missing pieces are found by zooming out as far as possible. If there are leftover pieces, try to change the background color to make the holes easier to spot! Other reason Please note that we usually do not reply to reports. If you experience technical issues, have questions, or feel unfairly treated, please contact us through support instead. Please fill out this field Thanks for reporting! Cartridges from the world at large, but illustrative of the 'evolution' of the device. Some rather obscure. Created by OldManMontgomery Published 20 September 2017 Image copyright: Owner, photographer - me. Why this advertisement? Leaderboard NewSong1:09cobra1:10racoonstar1:17sucop1:19zippybit1:19papahen1:21maryoz20141:22freetime1:23pacificrimmer1:23mek19721:25 Comments Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required. OldManMontgomery 27 April 2020 The Kurz was the forerunner of the 7.62x39mm. The Soviets claim vice versa. Also called 7.92x33mm. The Lebel is a strange shape. The very first smokeless powder cartridge and designed by black powder designers. sucop 27 April 2020 I just remember the strange shape of the Lebel and had to look it up to spell it correctly. I am not familiar with the 7.92 Kurz. I will do some research. Thanks. OldManMontgomery 27 April 2020 Sucop, I must admit I've forgotten all of them. But you hit most of them. Third from the left is a .30 Government known also as .30-40 Krag (if 8mm Mauser it would be as long in the case as the 7mm Mauser) the one you passed on is the 7.92 Kurz, the 'assault rifle' round the NAZI regime developed in late 1944. All the rest are as you call them. I thought the Lebel would be the hard one to identify. sucop 27 April 2020 Let's see if I'm right. From left to right, The French Lebel 8mm, .303 British, 7mm Mauser, 8mm Mauser, .30-06, .308, ?, 7.62 x 39 mm, .223, and the .375 H&H. OldManMontgomery 20 September 2017 Racoon, there are some of my favorites missing as well. However, the collection is of 'transitional' cartridges; moving from one form or theory of operation to another. Most of these show the first and second transitions to smokeless powder from black powder. A couple of them are 'intermediate' type rounds. racoonstar 20 September 2017 I think my favorite is missing.The one on the left in this picture:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.50_BMG#/media/File:Rifle_cartridge_comparison.jpg Why this advertisement?