|Bullet Weight||225 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Flat Nose|
|Use Type||Range Training, Target Loads|
|Ammo Caliber||.44-40 WCF|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||725|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||261|
|Cost Per Round||65.0¢ to 65.5¢ per round|
These cartridges come with the comforts of modern ammunition including smokeless powder, non-corrosive Boxer primers, and brass cases. However, they do use non-jacketed lead bullets. Not all ranges (particularly indoor ones) allow lead-nosed ammo, so check before ordering if you intend to shoot indoors,
The 44-40 was Winchester's first centerfire cartridge and saw use in both revolvers and long guns from 1873 onwards. Although superseded by newer designs for many uses, it remains a popular target shooting and deer hunting round. The 225 grain bullet is a modern phenomenon designed specifically for cowboy action shooting; historically, a 200 grain projectile was more common.
CBC, the largest ammo company in Latin America, is the manufacturer of Magtech cartridges. The company manufactures all of its ammunition components in-house for enhanced quality control and is known for delivering good quality at a moderate price.