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577/450 Martini Henry Corrosive Smokeless Ammo Berdan Primed Box of 10 (LIMITED TO STOCK ON HAND)
Item: AMO577450MH2  Discontinued
| Manufacturer: Kynoch
Your Price: $41.82
Quantity Prices:
Purchase QtyPrice (EA)
1 $41.82
2 $40.32
5 $38.83
This is smokeless ammunition loaded by Kynoch in the 1940's and 50's. Loaded with a 480 grain cup base paper patch bullet, Berdan primer and 38 grains of Cordite. This ammunition is likely corrosive. Comes in Kynoch marked 10 round boxes that are falling apart! Sold as a collectable as is no warrantee no return! This historical cartridge was adopted in 1871 by the British military for use in the famous Martini-Henry single shot falling block rifle. The .577/.450 was also a popular cartridge for African safari and was just the right medicine for some of the dark continents most dangerous game. Smokeless powder, drawn brass case, 480 grain solid lead bullet. 10 rounds per box. Made by Kynoch, UK. All ammunition is shipped via UPS Ground "Adult Signature Required" Only. So be sure you have a physical shipping address on your order as UPS will not deliver to a P.O. Box.
Manufacturer: Kynoch
Required Shipping Method: FedEx Ground Delivery for Ammunition
Shipping Weight: 1.5 lbs
Average Rating
 4 stars (based on 1 review)
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Reviewed By: GRKillingsworth
Review Date: 5/29/2011
Comments: Bought seveal boxes of this ammo.Rebuilt a gahendra built martini from Catmandue,India.Ammo fired well so far no miss fires.A kick to shoot and accurate too.Hope to take my next deer with it.Adviseable to thoughly clean your rifle after firing.Not sure w...
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