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When it comes to ammunition, there are various types available for different firearms and purposes.

Handgun Ammunition: Handgun ammunition is designed for use in pistols and revolvers. It comes in different calibers such as 9mm, .45 ACP, .40 S&W, and .357 Magnum, among others.

Rifle Ammunition: Rifle ammunition is primarily used in rifles, including bolt-action, semi-automatic, and fully automatic rifles. Common rifle calibers include .223 Remington, .308 Winchester, .30-06 Springfield, and .300 Winchester Magnum.

Shotgun Ammunition: Shotgun ammunition is used in shotguns and is designed for firing a cluster of small projectiles, typically called shot. There are different types of shotgun ammunition, including birdshot, buckshot, and slug rounds. Shotgun shells also come in different gauges such as 12 gauge, 20 gauge, and .410 bore.

Rimfire Ammunition: Rimfire ammunition is commonly used in small-caliber firearms such as .22 rifles and handguns. The primer is located within the rim of the cartridge case, which is struck by the firing pin to ignite the propellant.

Shotshell Ammunition: Shotshell ammunition is used specifically in shotguns and is designed for shooting targets or hunting birds, small game, or larger game. Shotshells consist of a plastic or paper shell with a metal base, containing either shot or a slug.

Specialty Ammunition: In addition to the standard types mentioned above, there are various specialty ammunition types available for specific purposes. These include armor-piercing rounds, incendiary rounds, frangible rounds, and more. These specialized rounds are typically regulated and have specific legal restrictions.

It’s essential to choose the appropriate type of ammunition for your firearm and intended use, taking into consideration factors such as caliber, projectile type, and local regulations.