ⓘ 4.25mm Liliput. The 4.25mm Liliput is a centerfire cartridge originally produced in Austria for self-loading pocket pistols made by Erika before World War I. In ..

                                     

ⓘ 4.25mm Liliput

The 4.25mm Liliput is a centerfire cartridge originally produced in Austria for self-loading pocket pistols made by Erika before World War I. In 1920 the Liliput pistol was designed by August Menz of Suhl to use the cartridge. The cartridge became best known by the Liliput name used on German ammunition after Austria ceased production. The cartridge headspaces on the mouth of the case. It was the smallest centerfire cartridge in production in the 1930s.

                                     
  • Liliput was 4 25 inches and barrel length was 1 3 4 inches. Because the pistol uses a 4 25 mm 167 in cartridge which became known as the 4 25mm Liliput
  • Liliput may refer to: LiLiPUT a Swiss band Liliput pistol, a tiny 4 25 mm pistol or its 4 25mm Liliput cartridge Lilliput disambiguation
  • in the 4 millimetres 0.16 in to 4 99 millimetres 0.196 in caliber range. All measurements are in mm in 2 mm 079 in 3 mm 118 in 5 mm 197
  • D - 8 Armoured Car D - 12 FAI BA - 20 BA - 27 BA - 3 BA - 6 BA - 9 BA - 10 BA - 11 T - 17 Liliput experimental T - 23 experimental T - 27 T - 37A T - 38 Russkiy Reno or M
  • Liliput in 1993. Dapol currently produce several versions of the A 4 class in N gauge and have also expanded their Black label range to include the A 4
  • Other manufacturers to produce HOe in recent years have included Roco, Liliput Bemo and Tillig. In 1965 Bob Hayden and Dave Frary stumbled upon an Associated
  • ACP, 5.7 28 mm 5.56 45 mm NATO, 300 Winchester Magnum, and a 70 mm 2.75 inches and 76 mm 3 inches 12 gauge From left: 9 mm Luger, 7.62 25mm Tokarev
  • in 1930 after several meetings with the Finnish Government. Since The Liliput Project broke the terms of the Versailles Peace Treaty, there was no mention
  • examples, a scale 3 ft 914 mm instead of the 4 ft 8 1 2 in 1, 435 mm standard gauge The largest common scale is 1 8, with 1 4 sometimes used for park
  • scale - sized bodies and so as a compromise the scale was increased from 3.5 mm to 4 mm to the foot, but the gauge was not changed so other elements could be
  • 5 mm to 1 foot It is the most popular scale of model railway in the world. The rails are spaced 16.5 mm 0.650 in apart for modelling 1, 435 mm 4 ft 8 1 2 in