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Australian Cartridge Collectors Association, Inc.

JOURNAL

 

Commenced in 1979, the ACCA Journal is printed each quarter and is provided free to all financial members. The Journal is a well balanced, illustrated publication of approximately twenty-eight pages devoted to all aspects of cartridge collecting. It features information from local and overseas contributors and publications, notices of ACCA meetings and related information.

Any member may submit questions, articles or information on any cartridge related matter. Local or overseas experts will answer submitted questions in the same or subsequent issues of the Journal.

Members may advertise in the Journal to sell, buy or swap up to five lines free of charge or at a fee for a larger advertisement.

The Quarterly Journals are scheduled for posting to members on the 1st March, 1st June, 1st September and 1st December. Back issues of the Journal are available to members at a nominal fee.

Journal contributions, Questions and Answers, Classifieds, etc may be sent to The National Publications Editor at PO Box 8179, Kooringal, NSW, 2650 Australia OR email acca.editor79@gmail.com

Please note: All material submitted for inclusion in any journal must be with the Editor no later than four weeks prior to the relevant date above. Guidelines to assist members in writing articles have been provided. To view or download these guideline, click here.

An index is provided to help members search for articles in past Journals.

Part 1 covers 1979 to 2015

Part 2 covers 2016 to date

 

Journal No 168 Fourth Edition 2021

 

 

In this Issue:

 

* The Obsolescence of Firearm Calibres

Harvey Facer

 

* Vale - Clarke Peadon

Roger Goebel

 

* Cut Off Case or Something Else?

John Stocks

 

* Look What I Found!

 

* More Information Please

 

* Meeting Reports

 

* Those Kynoch Red & Yellow Cartridge Packets

From NZCCC Keith Mitchell

 

* Japanese Type 89 50mm Discharger Ammunition

Robert Kenningtont

 

* Normal Powder & Ammunition

Jim Buchanan

 

* Odds and Ends

 

* Letters to the Editor