Şablon:Infobox firearm cartridge

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.357 SIG
9mm 7,62mm 357sig 10mm 45SW 45GAP 50AE 002.jpg
Comparison to other cartridges. .357 SIG third from left.
Type Pistol
Place of origin United States
Production history
Designer SIGARMS/Federal Cartridge Co.
Designed 1994
Specifications
Case type Rimless, bottleneck
Bullet diameter .355 ft (Şablon:Convert/mm)
Neck diameter .381 ft (Şablon:Convert/mm)
Shoulder diameter .424 ft (Şablon:Convert/mm)
Base diameter .424 ft (Şablon:Convert/mm)
Rim diameter .424 ft (Şablon:Convert/mm)
Rim thickness .055 ft (Şablon:Convert/mm)
Case length .865 ft (Şablon:Convert/mm)
Overall length 1.14 ft (Şablon:Convert/mm)
Primer type Small pistol
Ballistic performance
Bullet weight/type Velocity Energy
Şablon:Convert/gr BHP Şablon:Convert/ft/s Şablon:Convert/ft.lbf
Şablon:Convert/gr JHP Şablon:Convert/ft/s Şablon:Convert/ft.lbf
Şablon:Convert/gr JHP Şablon:Convert/ft/s Şablon:Convert/ft.lbf
Şablon:Convert/gr JHP Şablon:Convert/ft/s Şablon:Convert/ft.lbf
Şablon:Convert/gr JHP Şablon:Convert/ft/s Şablon:Convert/ft.lbf
Test barrel length: 4 in
Source(s): Steve's 357 SIG Ballistic Page

A firearm cartridge infobox may be used to summarize information about a particular cartridge or artillery shell. The infobox should be added using the {{Infobox firearm cartridge}} template, as shown below:

{{infobox firearm cartridge
|name= 
|image= 
|caption= 
|origin= 
|type= 
<!-- Service history -->
|service= 
|used_by=
|wars= 
<!-- Production history -->
|designer= 
|design_date=
|manufacturer=
|production_date=
|number= 
|variants= 
<!-- Specifications -->
|is_SI_specs=
|parent=
|case_type=
|bullet=
|neck=
|shoulder=
|base=
|rim_dia=
|rim_thick=
|case_length=
|length=
|case_capacity=
|rifling=
|primer=
|max_pressure=
|max_cup=
|filling=
|filling_weight=
|detonation=
|yield=
<!-- Ballistic performance -->
|is_SI_ballistics=
|bwunit=
|bw1=
|btype1=
|vel1=
|en1=
|bw2=
|btype2=
|vel2=
|en2=
|bw3=
|btype3=
|vel3=
|en3=
|bw4=
|btype4=
|vel4=
|en4=
|bw5=
|btype5=
|vel5=
|en5=
|test_barrel_length=
|balsrc= 
}}

Note: When using parameters, avoid the ambiguous abbreviation "N/A", and instead use "unknown" or "none". All subjective or qualitative judgements and numerical quantities or statistics must be cited to a reliable source (see WP:MILMOS#CITE).

General parameters:

  • name – the formal name of the cartridge.
  • imageoptional – an image of the cartridge. The image must be given in the form [[Image:Example.jpg|300px]]; in particular, the thumb attribute must not be selected.
  • captionoptional – the text to be placed below the image.
  • origin – the country or place where the cartridgeoriginated or was first manufactured.
  • type – the type of cartridge or its designed use (e.g. "Pistol", "Rifle", "Hunting", etc.).

Service history parameters:

  • serviceoptional – the period (usually given in years) when the cartridge was in service.
  • used_byoptional – the countries, armed forces, or other groups using the cartridge; this may be omitted for cartridges employed only in their country of origin.
  • warsoptional – any wars during which the cartridge saw service.

Production history parameters:

  • designeroptional – the person or group responsible for designing the cartridge.
  • design_dateoptional – the date (usually given as a year) when the cartridge was designed.
  • manufactureroptional – the manufacturer of the cartridge.
  • production_dateoptional – the period (usually given in years) when the cartridge was produced.
  • numberoptional – the number of cartridge of this type that were manufactured.
  • variantsoptional – any variant models of the cartridge.

Specification parameters:

  • is_SI_specsoptional – "yes" if the specifications are entered in SI units; any other value causes it to be interpreted as English units.
  • parentoptional – the cartridge that the cartridge was based on, if any.
  • case_typeoptional – the type of case used for the cartridge (e.g. rimmed, rimless, straight, bottlenecked, etc.).
  • bulletoptional – the diameter of the bullet used in the cartridge, expressed in mm or in; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • neckoptional – the neck diameter of the cartridge, expressed in mm or in; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • shoulderoptional – the shoulder diameter of the cartridge, if any, expressed in mm or in; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • baseoptional – the base diameter of the cartridge, expressed in mm or in; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • rim_diaoptional – the rim diamter of the cartridge, expressed in mm or in; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • rim_thickoptional – the rim thickness of the cartridge, expressed in mm or in; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • case_lengthoptional – the case length of the cartridge, expressed in mm or in; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • lengthoptional – the overall length of the cartridge, expressed in mm or in; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • case_capacityoptional – the volume of the casing, expressed in cm3 or grains of water; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • riflingoptional – typical rifling to stabilize the bullet fired from the cartridge.
  • primeroptional – the type of primer used in the cartridge (e.g. large pistol, small rifle, rimfire, etc.).
  • max_pressureoptional – the maximum chamber pressure of the round, expressed in MPa or psi; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • max_cupoptional – the maximum chamber pressure of the round, expressed in CUP; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas. Note that this parameter is not affected by the is_SI_specs parameter.
  • fillingoptional – the explosive filling material of the shell, if any.
  • filling_weightoptional – the weight of the explosive material of the shell, if any.
  • detonationoptional – for explosive shells, the detonation trigger type (e.g. "timer", "pressure", "motion sensor").
  • yieldoptional – for explosive shells, the yield (in tons of TNT) of the device.

Ballistic performance parameters:

Ballistic data for up to five different weight bullets can be specified; it may be provided in either SI or English units, but this choice must be consistent for all five sets. The x in the field name should be replaced with 1–5 as displayed in the template format shown above (e.g. bw1, bw2, btype1, btype2, vel1, vel2, en1, en2, etc.):

  • is_SI_ballisticsoptional – "yes" if the energy and velocity ballistics data is entered in SI units; any other value causes it to be interpreted as English units.
  • bwunitoptional – "gram" if the weights are given in grams; any other value causes them to be interpreted as grains.
  • bwxoptional – the weight of the bullet for given data, expressed in grams or grains; only include the number, and not the units of measurement.
    • btypexoptional – the type of bullet (e.g. JHP, FMJ, BHP, etc.).
    • velxrequired if bw field is specified – velocity of the bullet at the muzzle, expressed in m/s or ft/s; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
    • enxrequired if bw field is specified – energy of the bullet at the muzzle, expressed in J or ft·lbf; only include the number, and not the units of measurement, and omit any commas.
  • test_barrel_lengthoptional – the length of the barrel used when generating the ballistics data.
  • balsrcoptional – the source from which the ballistics data was obtained.

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