8mm Bullets for Reloading
The 8mm caliber encompasses a broad scope of bullets ranging in diameter from .31 to .35 inches.
You will find several uncommon handgun cartridges in the 8mm category including the 7.5mm 1882 Ordnance and 7.5mm Swedish Nagant. In America reloaders are chiefly concerned with the 327 Federal Magnum, 32 S&W Long, and 32 S&W, all of which share a .315 diameter bullet.
A plethora of rifle cartridges fall in the 8mm category. Most of them are relatively unpopular in America and are therefore largely neglected by commercial manufacturers. This puts 8mm bullets for reloading in high demand.
You have your 32-40 Ballard and 8x52mmR Mannlicher (.320 bullet); 8x50mmR Mannlicher, 7.92x33mm Kurz, 32 Remington, and 8x58mmR Danish Krag (.321 bullet); 8mm Mauser, 8x60mm S, 8x63mm patron m/32, and 8x64mm S (.323 bullet); odd 333 Jeffery Flanged (.333 bullet); and then your 338 Norma Magnum, 338 Winchester Magnum, 338 Lapua Magnum, 338 Marlin Express, 338-06, 338 Federal, 338 Remington Ultra Magnum, and 340 Weatherby Magnum (.338 bullet). The 348 Winchester caps it all off with its .348 diameter bullet.[>
Load data for some of these cartridges may be hard to find, but we promise you’ll have more fun making your own 8x22mm Nambu than you will paying over a dollar a round for it.
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