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A magnum cartridge is one that has greater powder capacity than a corresponding standard cartridge. Theoretically, since “magnum” is a relative term, there can’t be a magnum unless there is first a standard, but sometimes that rule is not followed. When the 338 Winchester Magnum was announced in 1958, there was no standard 338 caliber…

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