Needs to be renamed
There is absolutely NO reason this article is headed "7.65x53mm Argentine"; Argentina was a MINOR user in comparison to the 7.65x53mm's use by Belgium (long before Argentina) and Turkey (long before Argentina); both Belgium and Turkey used this cartridge during WW I while Argentine use was minor in comparison.
- I agree and am renaming this page to 7.63 x 53 mm Mauser in accordance with 
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- 7.65 × 53mm Mauser is an incorrect designation format according to Wikipedia.--Francis Flinch (talk) 10:10, 3 March 2017 (UTC)
- No, but Wikipedia uses formatting conventions. According to these Wikipedia conventions it should be 7.65×53mm Mauser or X×Ymm Whatever. A funny part is in Germany itself its nomenclature is linked by law to Argentina and not its designer Paul Mauser. In Germany it was rather uncommon to link a cartridge to its designer or a company. In more recent German cartridge designs its has become more common to feature the designer or a company in their nomenclature.--Francis Flinch (talk) 20:50, 3 March 2017 (UTC)