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|Manufacturer||Black Hills Ammunition|
|Bullet Weight||200 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Flat Nose|
|Ammo Caliber||.44-40 WCF|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||800|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||284|
Invented in 1873 and originally one of the most influential rounds of the West, the 44-40 WCF was a phenomenal, multipurpose, high powered cartridge. Used in both the Winchester Model 1873 rifle and multiple handguns, this round is everything you need in a cowboy cartridge. Although no longer really used for self defense, the 44-40 WCF is still used for target practice and cowboy action shooting.
Black Hills has been known to be a phenomenal manufacturer of highly accurate ammunition for years, and this cowboy ammo is no different. These 44-40 WCF rounds feature 200 grain lead round nose flat nose projectiles that achieve a muzzle velocity of 800 feet per second. The flat point bullets will help cut clean round holes in paper target for easy scoring.
Black Hills has been in business since 1981 and their ammo is proudly loaded in the USA at their Rapid City, South Dakota manufacturing facility. Pick up a couple boxes of this 44-40 WCF ammunition today and get your wheel guns spinning out on the range soon!
Great price, repeatability.
Review by CHOCTAW
My Ruger Vaquero series One, is
basically a Blackhawk with a single action "cowboy" feel. The
older series one can fire a much heavier round Safely, My son said I was looking for trouble getting
an odd caliber, The only prob I've found is the neck when reloading. A bit of practice & then no more prob. ( Once again beware of pressure danger with
repro's and newer .44-40 pistols)
(Posted on 9/12/2017)
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Great ammo and brass.
Review by Wyatt
I am a reloader, and I am very picky on reloading this caliber. I have found that Starline, Winchester, and Remington, produce the best brass for this caliber. I found out the hard way that Magtech brass, is impossible to reload, due to the thickness of the mouth of their brass. Black Hills uses Starline, and they are a joy to reload. They also shoot well, out of the box. This can be a very hard to find caliber, and Lucky Gunner has the best selection that I've seen.
(Posted on 1/28/2017)
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Starline Brass, Black Hills Quality
Review by NotClauswitz
Beautiful finish and performance. Ran this through the new-old (90's) never-shot Rossi '92 Carbine lever gun and also the Vaquero without a hitch. Fed and delivered with no hiccups. Need MOAR!
(Posted on 9/21/2016)
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