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11×60 mm Mauser
Type Rifle
Place of origin German Empire
Service history
Used by Germany, Japan, Qing Dynasty, Uruguay, Korean Empire
Wars Satsuma Rebellion, First Sino-Japanese War, Boxer Rebellion
Production history
Designer Paul Mauser
Bullet diameter .446 in (11.3 mm)
Neck diameter .465 in (11.8 mm)
Shoulder diameter .510 in (13.0 mm)
Base diameter .516 in (13.1 mm)
Rim diameter .586 in (14.9 mm)
Case length 2.37 in (60 mm)
Overall length 3.00 in (76 mm)
Ballistic performance
Bullet weight/type Velocity Energy
370 gr (24 g) Lead 1,430 ft/s (440 m/s) 1,680 ft·lbf (2,280 J)

The 11mm Mauser was a black-powder cartridge developed for the Mauser Model 1871 rifle, and used later in the 71/84 variant. It is no longer in production, but is available from custom loaders, and dies exist to handload it. It is also known as .43 Mauser.

Further readingEdit

  • The .43 Mauser, Handloader magazine, June - July 2002, Volume 37, Number 3, issue 217

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