2.7mm Kolibri

Cartridge Data Published On: December 20, 2014 at 11:36 pm by Bullet-Blog and last updated on February 12, 2015 at 11:23 am




Aliases

The 2.7mm Kolibri Firearm Cartridge Originated in Austria-Hungary2mm Kolibri, 2.7x9mm, 2.7×9 Kolibri

Summary

The 2.7mm Kolibri (AKA: 2mm Kolibri, 2.7x9mm, 2.7×9 Kolibri) is a Center Fire cartridge with a Bullet Diameter of 0.107 in” (2.72mm) that is primarily used in Pistols. The 2.7mm Kolibri originated in Austria-Hungary in 1910. The 2.7mm Kolibri also has a case length of 0.37 in” (9.4mm) and an overall length of 0.43 in” (10.92mm).

Notes

The 2.7mm Kolibri is the world

Associated Firearms

2.7 Grabner Selbstlade Pistole (The Kolibri Pistol), Erika Pistol

Cartridge Details

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  • 1910
  • Austria-Hungary
  • Rimless, Straight
  • Pistols
  • 0.107 in” (2.72mm)
  • 0.14 in” (3.56mm)
  • N/A
  • 0.14 in” (3.56mm)
  • 0.14 in” (3.56mm)
  • 0.02 in” (0.41mm)
  • 0.37 in” (9.4mm)
  • 0.43 in” (10.92mm)
  • Center Fire (Non-Standard)
The 2.7mm Kolibri pistol cartridge has a case overall length of 0.43 inches.

 

2.7mm Kolibri Pistol Cartridge Dimensions show in Inches & MM

 
 





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