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The Antique Firearms Regulations 2020

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Regulation 2

SCHEDULE

Centre-fire cartridges (imperial): breech-loading longarm firearms

1.  The following descriptions of centre-fire cartridges (imperial)—

.22 Extra Long Maynard

.22-15-60 Stevens

.25-20 Single Shot

.25-21 Stevens

.25-25 Stevens

.250 Rook (or .297/.250 Rook)

.255 Jeffery Rook

.26 BSA (.26 Rimless Belted Nitro Express)

.275 Jeffery

.276 Enfield P.13

.28-30-120 Stevens

.297/.230 Sporting

.297/.230 Morris

.298 Minex

.300 (.295) Rook

.300 Sherwood

.300/.250 Rook

.30/30 Wesson

.30-40 Wesson

.310 Cadet

.310 Greener

.310/.300 Rook (.305 or .300 Rook Special), 1 1/16 inch

.320/.230 Rook

.32 CF Long Rifle (Rook)

.32 Ideal

.32-35 Stevens

.32-40 Bullard

.32-40 Remington-Hepburn

.32-40 Winchester and Ballard

.33 BSA (.33 Belted Rimless Nitro Express)

.35-30 Maynard

.35-40 Maynard

.360 No 2 Nitro Express

.360 Gibbs No.3

.360 Gibbs No.4 (also known as .380 Gibbs No.4)

.360 Long Rifle (Rook)

.360 Westley Richards, No.3 Express

.360/.300 Fraser

.360 - 2 7/16 inch Black Powder

.360 - 2 ¾ inch Boxer

.369 Purdey

.38-35 Stevens Everlasting

.38-40 Ballard Everlasting

.38-40 Remington-Hepburn

.38-45 Bullard

.38-56 Winchester

.38-70 Winchester

.38-90 Winchester

.380 – 2 1/4 inch Rigby (Black Powder Express)

.380 Black Powder Express (also known as .360 - 2 1/4 inch)

.380 Long Rifle (Rook)

.40 BSA (.40 Belted Rimless Nitro Express)

.40-40 Maynard

.40-50 Sharps Straight

.40-60 Marlin

.40-60 Maynard

.40-60 Winchester

.40-63 Ballard

.40-65 Ballard Everlasting

.40-65 Sharps Straight

.40-65 Winchester

.40-70 Ballard

.40-70 Maynard

.40-70 Peabody What Cheer

.40-70 Sharps Necked

.40-70 Sharps Straight

.40-70 Winchester

.40-72 Winchester

.40-75 Bullard

.40-82 Winchester

.40-85 Ballard

.40-90 Bullard

.40-90 Sharps Necked

.40-90 What Cheer

.40-110 Winchester Express

.40 (.50-70 base) Caliber Reduction, Experimental

.400 – 2 1/2 inch, Kynoch

.400 – 2 3/4 inch, Westley Richards

.400 Purdey (.400 – 3 inch, Straight)

.400 – 3 1/4 inch, Boxer

.400/360 2 3/4 inch, Nitro Express

.402 Enfield-Martini, Experimental

.42 (.50-70 base) Caliber Reduction, Experimental

.425 Westley Richards Magnum

.425 Webley (.425 – 1 5/16 Webley)

.430 Long Rifle (also known as .430 Long Revolver)

.44 Dupee Rimless

.44 Evans (Short)

.44 Evans (Long)

.44 Morse Necked

.44-50 Meigs

.44-60 Creedmore

.44-77 Remington

.44-90 Sharps (Necked) 2 7/16 inch

.44-90 Sharps (Necked) 2 5/8 inch

.44-90 Remington Special (Necked)

.44-95 Peabody What Cheer

.44-100 Maynard

.442 - 1.025 inch Carbine

.45 Boxer-Henry, Long Chamber 1869

.45 Brown Standard Military Target Rifle

.45 Gardner, Gatling & Nordenfeldt

.45 New South Wales Police Carbine

.45 Turkish Peabody (also known as 11.43 x 55 mm R Turkish)

.45 US Experimental 1869

.45-50 Sporting

.45-75 Winchester

.45-85 Ward Burton, Experimental

.45-125 Winchester

.45-200-500 Winchester, Experimental

.45 (.50-70 base) Caliber Reduction, Experimental

.450 No.1, Black Powder Express, Case Length: 1 1/2 inch

.450 Black Powder Express, Case Length: 2 1/2 inch

.450 Black Powder Express, Case Length: 2 6/10 inch

.450 Black Powder Express, Case Length: 2 9/16 inch

.450 Black Powder Express, Case length: 3 inch

.450 Black Powder Express, Case Length: 3 1/16 inch

.450 Black Powder Express, Case Length: 3 1/4 inch

.450 Needham

.450 – 2 1/2 inch, Soper

.450/.350 – 2 3/8 inch

.450/.360 – 2 3/8 inch, Purdey

.450/.400 Black Powder, Case Length: 2 3/8 inch

.450/.400 Black Powder, Case Length: 2 7/8 inch

.450/.400 Black Powder, Case Length: 2 19/32 inch, T. Turner, No.2

.450/.400 Black Powder, Case Length: 2 3/4 inch, Westley Richards

.450/.400 Black Powder, Case Length: 3 1/4 inch

.450/.400, Case Length: 3 inch, Jeffery

.450 No.1 Carbine, 1 9/16 inch (.500/.450 No.1 Carbine)

.450 No.1 Musket, 2 1/4 inch (.500/.450 No.1 Musket)

.450 No.2 Musket, 2 11/32 inch (.500/.450 Westley Richards No.2 Musket)

.46 Winchester

.461 Gibbs No.1, Case length: 2 11/32 inch

.461 Gibbs No.2, Case length: 2 3/4 inch

.475 3 1/4 inch Nitro Express

.475 No 2 Jeffery Nitro Express

.475 No 2 Nitro Express

.476 Nitro Express (.476 Westley Richards)

.476 Indian Police

.48 Morse

.490 BSA (Experimental Police)

.50 Boxer 1867

.50 Daw’s Patent 1867

.50 Meigs

.50 Morse

.50 Peabody

.50 Spencer Carbine

.50 Springfield Cadet

.50-50 Maynard

.50-70 Maynard

.50-70 Springfield (US Govt)

.50-90 2.5 inch

.50-95 Winchester (Winchester Express)

.50-100-450 Winchester (Winchester Express)

.50/110 Winchester (Winchester Express)

.50-110 2.4 inch

.50-115 Bullard

.50-140 Sharps

.50-.48 Meigs

.50-.58 Morse, Sleeved

.500 – 1 1/2 inch

.500 – 2 1/4 inch

.500 – 2 1/2 inch

.500 – 3 inch

.500 – 3 1/4 inch

.500/.450 No.1 Express, 2 3/4 inch

.500/.450 Webley Carbine, 1 11/16 inch

.500/.450 – 2 1/2 inch

.500/.450 – 3 3/8 inch

.500/.450 – 3 1/2 inch

.52-70 Sharps

.54 Morse

.55 Gatling

.55 Morse

.55-100 Maynard

.56-56 US, Experimental

.577 Daw’s Patent 1867

.577 Selwyn 1865

.577 Snider

.577 – 2 1/4 inch (Black Powder & Nitro Express)

.577 – 2 1/2 inch (Black Powder & Nitro Express)

.577 – 2 3/4 inch (Black Powder & Nitro Express)

.577 – 3 inch (Black Powder & Nitro Express)

.577 – 3 1/4 inch (Black Powder & Nitro Express)

.577/.450 Martini-Henry

.577/.500 Magnum Express

.577/.500 No.2 Express

.58 Morse

.58 Remington Carbine

.58 Roberts

.58 Tibbals-Roberts 1869

.58 (Short case) US Converted Musket, 1865

.58 Berdan System, Conversion of US muzzle-loading rifles

.60 Jingal Rifle, Chinese

.65 Gatling

.69 Morse

.75 Jingal Rifle, Chinese

.75 Gatling

.80 Gatling

1 inch Nordenfeldt-Palmcranz

20 bore/.577 Alexander Henry.

Centre-fire cartridges (metric): breech-loading longarm firearms

2.  The following descriptions of centre-fire cartridges (metric)—

5.2 mm Mondragon

5.2 x 34 mm R Kronprinz

5.6 x 33 mm Rook

5.6 x 34 R mm Francotte Carbine

6 mm Lee Navy (6 x 60 mm)

6 x 29.5 mm Stahl

6 x 58 mm Forster (rimmed and rimless)

6 x 58 mm Gewehrprufungkommission M.1897

6.5 mm Mondragon (6.5 x 53mm)

6.5 x 27 mm R

6.5 x 40 mm R

6.5 x 48 mm R Sauer

6.5 x 53mm R Mannlicher (Dutch/Romanian)

6.6 x 70 mm R

7.5 x 53 mm Schmidt Rubin M.1890, Swiss

7.5 x 53.5 mm R Rubin

7.5 x 53.5 mm Rimless Rubin

7.53 x 60 mm R Hebler

7.7 x 60 mm R

8 x 48 mm R

8 x 48 mm R Sauer

8 x 55 mm R Petit Gras

8 x 56 mm Mannlicher Schoenauer

8 x 57 mm R Petit Gras

8 x 57 mm R Experimental, Spanish

8 x 57.5 mm R Rubin

8 x 58 mm R Krag

8 x 58 mm R Petit Gras

8 x 58 mm R Sauer

8 x 60 mm R Guedes & Portuguese Kropatschek

8 x 61 mm R Rubin

8 x 72 mm R

8 x 75 mm R Pieri

8 mm Murata

8.15 mm Mauser, Experimental

8.15 x 46 mm R (Target)

8.3 x 53.5 mm R Rubin

9 x 51.5 mm R Rubin

9 x 56 mm Mannlicher Schoenauer

9 x 57 mm R Mauser

9 x 57 mm Rimless Mauser

9 x 57 mm R Rubin

9.3 x 58 mm R Koeffler

9.3 x 63.5 mm R Koeffler

9.3 x 65 mm R Collath

9.3 x 70 mm R

9.3 x 75 mm R Nimrod

9.3 x 82 mm R Nimrod

9.5 x 42 mm R (for Target or Schutzen rifles)

9.5 x 47 mm R (for Target or Schutzen rifles)

9.5 x 57 mm Mannlicher Schoenauer

9.5 x 59 mm R Gras, Experimental

9.5 x 60 mm R Mauser, Turkish

10 x 47 mm R

10.15 x 61 mm R Jarmann

10.15 x 61 mm R

10.15 x 63 mm R Mauser, Serbian

10.16 x 57 mm R, Berdan, Experimental

10.25 x 69 mm R Hunting Express

10.3 x 41 mm R

10.3 x 65 mm R Baenziger

10.35 x 47 mm R Vetterli, Italian

10.4 x 38 mm R Martini Galland

10.4 x 42 mm R Vetterli, Swiss

10.4 x 47 mm R Stahl

10.4 x 56 mm R Swiss

10.66 x 48 mm R Berdan Carbine, Russian

10.66 x 57 mm R Berdan, Russian & Bulgarian

10.7 x 57 mm R Krag Petersson

10.75 x 55 mm R

10.8 x 47 mm Martini (Target)

11 mm Manceaux

11 x 42 mm R

11 x 43 mm R Comblain, Carbine

11 x 45 mm R

11 x 46 mm R

11 x 48.5 mm R Gras, ‘Battalion Ecole’

11 x 50 mm R Remington, Egyptian

11 x 50.5 mm R Comblain

11 x 53 mm Gevelot

11 x 57 mm R Remington, Spanish

11 x 59 mm R Gras

11 x 70 mm R Mitrailleuse

11.15 x 36 mm R Werndl Carbine, Austrian

11.15 x 36 R Fruhwirth

11.15 x 37 mm R Grensaufsehr

11.15 x 42 mm R Werndl, Austrian

11.15 x 50 mm R (for Target or Schutzen rifles)

11.15 x 58 mm R

11.15 x 58 mm R Werndl, Austrian, Holub & Mannlicher

11.15 x 60 mm R Murata, Japanese

11.15 x 60 mm R Mauser

11.15 x 65 mm R

11.15 x 71 mm R

11.2 x 39.6 mm R

11.2 x 51 mm R Kropatschek-Hessig

11.25 x 44.5 mm R

11.3 x 51 mm R Beaumont, Dutch

11.4 x 44.5 mm R Gendarmerie Carbine, Dutch

11.4 x 53 mm R Comblain, Brazilian

11.4 x 57 mm R Remington, Spanish

11.43 x 41 mm R Peabody-Martini, Carbine

11.43 x 49 mm R Peabody, Romanian

11.43 x 59 mm R Peabody-Martini, Turkish

11.5 x 35 mm R Werder, Carbine

11.5 x 50 mm R Werder, Austrian

11.5 x 60 mm R

11.53 mm Albini-Braendlin

11.6 x 50 mm R Comblain, Chilean

11.7 x 41.5 mm R Remington, Danish

11.7 x 45.5 mm R Remington, Danish

11.7 x 51.6 mm R Remington, Danish

11.7 x 57 mm R Berdan, Experimental

12.2 x 70 mm R Mitrailleuse

12.5 x 60 mm R

12.7 x 48 mm R

12.7 x 70 mm R Mitrailleuse

12.8 x 45 mm R Papal Remington, Vatican Guard (also known as 12.7 x 45 mm R)

13 mm Rochaz-Lindner

13 x 87 mm R Mitrailleuse

13 x 92 mm Mauser, Tankgewehr

13.2 x 32 R

14.5 x 33 mm R Wanzl, Austrian

14.5 x 41 mm R Berdan, Spanish

14.66 x 35 mm R Peabody, Serbian

14.7 x 58 mm R Schneider

15.2 x 28 mm R

15.2 x 110 mm R Mitrailleuse

15.24 x 40 mm R Krnka, Transformed

17 x 28 mm R Snider, Danish

17.5 x 29 mm R Snider, Dutch

18 x 35 mm R Tabatiere

18.84 x 38 mm R Tabatiere

18.84 x 57 mm R Wanzl-Albini, Wall Gun.

Centre-fire cartridges (imperial): breech-loading pistols

3.  The following descriptions of centre-fire cartridges (imperial)—

.22 CF experimental

.230 CF

.31 Thuer

.32 Protector

.32-44 Smith & Wesson

.340 Long Revolver

.340 Short Revolver

.360 Thuer

.430 Revolver

.44 Colt Revolver

.44 Devilliers

.44 Merwin & Hulbert, Short

.44 Merwin & Hulbert, Long

.44 Remington Revolver

.44 S&W American

.44 Thuer

.440 Revolver

.440 Long Revolver

.440 Nagant (Argentine Model)

.442 Long Revolver

.45 Mars Short

.45 Mars Long

.45 MP (Maxim Pistol)

.450 No.1 Bland

.50 Remington Army Pistol, M.1871

.50 Remington Navy Pistol, M.1867

.50 Springfield Pistol, M.1869

.500 Revolver

.577 Pistol.

Centre-fire cartridges (metric): breech-loading pistols

4.  The following descriptions of centre-fire cartridges (metric)—

2.7 mm Kolibri

3 mm Kolibri

4.25 mm Liliput

5 mm Bergmann No.2 Pistol M.94 (no extractor groove)

5 mm Bergmann No.2 Pistol M.96 (extractor groove)

5 mm Brun

5 mm Charola y Anitua

5 mm Clement

5 mm French

5 mm Pickert

5.2 mm Pickert Revolver

5.43 x 26.8 mm Revolver

5.5 mm Velo-Dog Revolver

6 mm Beaumont Revolver

6 mm Merveilleux

6 mm Protector

6.3 x 21 mm rimless

6.5 mm Bergmann No.3 M.94 Pistol (no extractor groove)

6.5 mm Bergmann No.3 M.93 Pistol (extractor groove)

6.5 mm Mannlicher Pistol M.1894

6.5 mm Ronezewsky

6.8 mm Schulhof Pistol

6.8 x 19.6 mm Revolver

7 mm Bar

7 mm Charola y Anitua

7 mm Devisme

7 mm Thick Rim, French

7 x 20 mm Target Pistol, German (46)

7 x 22 mm Target Pistol, German (47)

7 x 25 mm Target Pistol, German (48)

7 x 30 mm Target Pistol, German (49)

7 mm Galand

7 mm Revolver

7.25 mm Adler

7.65 mm Frommer M.1901

7.65 mm Roth Sauer

7.7 mm Bittner Pistol

7.8 mm Bergmann No.5

7.8 x 19 mm R Laumann

8 mm Bergmann No.1 Pistol

8 mm Bergmann No.4

8 mm Bergmann No.7

8 mm Bergmann-Schmeisser

8 mm Target Pistol, German

8 mm Gaulois Pistol

8 mm Protector

8 mm Raphael

8 mm Roth Steyr

8 mm Schonberger

8 mm Schulof

8.5 mm Mars

9 mm Nagant, Belgian

9 mm Devisme

9 mm Thick Rim, French

9 mm Mars

9 mm Moutier Rimless, Grooveless

10 mm Bergmann

10 mm Gaupillat

10 mm Mars

10 mm Mauser Short

10 mm Mauser Long

10.4 mm Swiss M.1878

10.6 mm Mauser

11 mm Devilliers

11 mm Devisme

11 mm French Ordnance Revolver M.1870 (Navy)

11.35 mm Schouboe, Rimmed

11.35 mm Schouboe, Rimless

12 mm Moutier

12 mm Pidault & Cordier

12 mm Perrin, Thick Rim

12 mm Raphael

15 mm Revolver

16.5 x 18 R mm Beringer.

Cartridges for vintage rifles, punt guns or shot guns

5.  The following descriptions of cartridges—

7 mm CF Walking Stick

9.1 x 40 mm Walking Stick

11.15 x 52 mm Walking Stick

.360 Shotgun

32 bore

24 bore

14 bore

10 bore (2 7/8 inch case length)

10 bore (2 5/8 inch case length)

8 bore

4 bore

3 bore

2 bore

1 1/8 bore

1 1/4 bore

1 1/2 bore.

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