...that I have on hand.
Since my foray a few years back into the realm of black powder cartridges, I have developed an affinity for straight-walled, rimmed cartridges. Yesterday, while looking at the amazing 9.3x72R cases I got for the Franz Sodia Cape Gun, I began to wonder about all the cartridges I load for that have straight walls and rims. When I assembled all of them, it was quite a collection.
I don't own firearms for all of these, but certainly most. Of those of immediate relevance that are missing from the pictures are the .25-21 Stevens, the .25-25 Stevens, the .357 Remington Max, the .32 Honest (made from the .357 Max), and the .222 Rimmed.
Here are the shotgun shell-based cartridges:
Here are the centerfire rifle cartridges:
Here are the rimfire cartridges:
Here are the handgun cartridges:
The .45 Austrian is a Wildcat with a .451" caliber bullet on a shortened 8x56R case.
And here's the bunch: