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... Made for the Winchester 1894 lever action rifle using the new smokeless powder instead of the more common black powder, the .30-30 Winchester is a round which features a rim, shoulder and a snub nosed round with a soft lead ...Tell me More...
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... The 41 Long Colt is an early centrefire cartridge developed by the Colt company in 1877 for release with the 1877 Colt 'Thunderer' double action revolver. This calibre followed from the earlier .41 Rimfire cartridge and ...Tell me More...
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... The .30 US or .30 Army was used in the M1892 Springfield Rifle which had been developed by Norwegians Krag and Jorgensen. The Krag Jorgensen rifle entered military use in Denmark and Norway and the cartridge is also known as ...Tell me More...
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... The 38-40, 38 Winchester or .38 WCF is a resurgent Cowboy Action round which was originally introduced into the market by Winchester in 1874. It was originally designed for use in rifles, but popular revolver makers such as ...Tell me More...
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... The 45 Colt cartridge with lead round nose head is a replica of the type of round shot through the original antique western firearms. This was due to the use of black powder and the weaker metals used in the manufacture of ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert cartridge comprising of an fired case deactivated primer in .44 Special which has been refitted with a flattened lead round nose head. The lead heads are more authentic to turn of the century and cowboy ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert cartridge comprising of a fired case in .44 Winchester Center Fire (or 44-40) which has been refitted with a lead flattened round nose head. The lead heads are more authentic to period. The flattened nose enables ...Tell me More...
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... The .45-70 Government cartridge was developed by Springfield Armory in 1873. It is also known as the .45 Government. This centrefire cartridge was standardised for use wtih the M1873 and M1884 Springfield rifles. It replaced ...Tell me More...
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... An inert and fully deactivated cartridge or round in 357 Magnum calibre. Also known as .357 Mag, 357 Magnum. This round is fitted with a lead flat nosed cone, or truncated cone, bullet head. This round is slightly thinner and ...Tell me More...
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... An inert and fully deactivated cartridge or round in 357 Magnum calibre. Also known as .357 Mag, 357 Magnum. This round is slightly thinner and slightly taller than the 38 Special, and can provide some extra power over the 38 ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert cartridge comprising of an fired case deactivated primer in .44 Special which has been refitted with a lead round nose head. The lead heads are more authentic to turn of the century and cowboy ammunition. The .44 ...Tell me More...
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... A single inert cartridge comprising of a fired case in .44 Winchester which has been refitted with a lead round nose head. The lead heads are more authentic to period. This was the first centre fire cartridge developed by ...Tell me More...
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... The 45 Colt cartridge with lead head is a replica of the type of round shot through the original antique western firearms. This was due to the use of black powder and the weaker metals used in the manufacture of firearms of the ...Tell me More...
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