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$ 24.95 per
Cartridge
27 Caliber, Homologous
Experimental
WCC56 Head Stamp
The term "Homologous" in the
dictionary says " having the same
relative position, value, or
structure" so I would think,
in cartridge terms, it would mean
equal powder charge to .01 grain
or "Match Grade" ?
The 27 Caliber was one of the
experimental rounds developed
for testing in Project SALVO,
a US military test in the 1950’s
to evaluate the effectiveness of
small caliber and multiple
projectile cartridges.
It was made on special
government contract by
Winchester Western
and bears the “W C C 5 6�
headstamp for 1956.
The 27 Cal has a .275" diameter
projectile vs. the 7.62 Nato
or (308 Winchester) at .308"
diameter projectile.
VERY LIMITED
27
Cal.
7.62
NATO