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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