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GMerlon

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  1. The Japanese weren't the only ones making such a switch, and I think one could argue that it was almost a trend. The Italians, Dutch, Sweden, Austria, and a handful of other countries had adopted 6.5mm cartridges around the turn of the century. The Italians too were switching to a larger diameter (7.35mm) just before World War 2 (though the war interrupted those plans).
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