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7,92 x 24 VBR
Place of originBelgium
Production history
DesignerRik van Bruaene
Variants7.92 x 24mm Short
Parent case.30 Carbine
Bullet diameter.312 in (7.9 mm)
Neck diameter.339 in (8.6 mm)
Base diameter.355 in (9.0 mm)
Rim diameter.360 in (9.1 mm)
Rim thickness.05 in (1.3 mm)
Case length0.945 in (24.0 mm)
Overall length1.264 in (32.1 mm)

The 7.92 x 24 VBR is an Belgian pistol cartridge, designed by Rik van Bruaene as a potential replacement for 9×19mm Parabellum. It is based on the .30 Carbine cartridge, cut down to a length of 24mm. It can be loaded to the maximum overall length (OAL) of 32.10mm for use in 1911-style pistols, when the cartridge is loaded to a length of 29.6mm it should fit in existing pistols intended for the previously mentioned 9x19 cartridge, resulting in the so-called 7.92x24mm Short designation. Unlike the .308" diameter projectiles of its parent case, it uses 7.92mm (.312") projectiles commonly used in .32 ACP..[1]. The cartridge gained official recognition by the CIP in 2014 [2]

See also[edit]

  • List of cartridges by caliber
  • List of rifle cartridges
  • 7 mm caliber



Category:Pistol and rifle cartridges Category:Wildcat cartridges

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