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knex calliber and mm statistics

All typical ammo is here for knex guns it has the part name, the mm length (millimeter) and calliber. enjoy :-) peice mm calliber green rod- 17 - .67 gray connector- 23 - .91 green rod in gray connector- 32 - 1.26 white rod- 32 - 1.26 oodammo- 48 - 1.89 blue rod- 54 - 2.13 yellow rod- 85 - 3.35 red rod- 130 - 5.12 grey rod- 192 - 7.56 if you would like any added to the list leave a comment if your ammo is not up there and you want me to do the conversion leave me a comment and the piece type thanks for viewing

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knexguy7 years ago
So a grey rod is 7.56mm long, or what is that measurement?
osi (author)  knexguy7 years ago
sorry i had spaces in there when I uploaded, but when it posted the spaces went away. the first column is mm and the second is caliber (the number ones) a gray rod is 192mm and 7.56 calliber(which yes is basically the inches) but there is an exact formula.
knexguy osi7 years ago
Oh, ok. Then this is invalid as the calibre is the width, not length, of the round.
osi (author)  knexguy7 years ago
i dont believe so because there is a formula, i possibly might have done wrong, if what you say is correct then the formula 12.7 over .50 is equal to millimeters over calliber might be incorrect. possibly the mm measurement is of width also, thank you for that information. then theretically all ammo (except cannon and oodamo) have the same calliber. hmm...
knexguy osi7 years ago
Erm, no. I have used .22 ammunition, it is .22 inches WIDE, not long. The same goes for 5.56 and 7.62 ammunition.
whats cool is that .22 ammo fits in knex holes....  but that would be way to dangerous to make a gun for knex... 

I know because I fit in the shell left from one of my shots.
It wouldn't even work that well, because there's no way to make a seal.

And it would blow your hands off. 
osi (author)  knexguy7 years ago
hey dont know if your responding still but here goes... isnt ammo measured caliber by mm. ie .22X32mm
knexguy osi7 years ago
No, it's inches.
osi (author)  knexguy7 years ago
yea but arent inches same as calliber? like .22 cal is .22 inches?
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