Parabellum

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Parabellum commonly refers to the 9×19mm Parabellum firearms cartridge designed by Georg Luger and introduced in 1902 for the Luger pistol.

Parabellum or Para Bellum may also refer to:

Latin adage[edit]

  • Para bellum is Latin for "prepare for war" and is often used within the context of the phrase Si vis pacem, para bellum, meaning "If you want peace, you should prepare for war".

Firearms[edit]

Ammunition[edit]

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