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In the early 1920’s, Germany’s Waffenfabrik Mauser AG, introduced the 10.75×68 Mauser cartridge. The round was chambered initially in Oberndorf Mauser Sporters and French Brevex and Rival rifles. Post WW II the round was also offered by Belgium’s Browning Arms Company and France’s Dumoulin for European customers. The 10,75×68, including comma in place of decimal…

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