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|Bullet Weight||325 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Lead Flat Nose|
|Use Type||Range Training|
|Ammo Caliber||454 Casull|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||1525|
|Muzzle Energy (ft lbs)||1678|
|Cost Per Round||$2.20 per round|
The 454 Casull is one of the most powerful handgun rounds in the world. In addition, handguns that use this round are incredibly versatile, able to use both the 45 Colt, its parent case, and the 45 Schofield. With this incredibly powerful cartridge, you have what you need for hunting and predator defense applications.
Buffalo Bore is a completely American ammunition company that specializes in high powered and large caliber rounds. They have a unique system for quality control, using firearms readily available to the public in order to test their rounds, giving you real world results and not anything simulated in a test barrel.
Each round in this box of 20 features a 325 grain hardcast projectile with a flat nose. You can expect to see muzzle velocities around 1,525 feet per second with these cartridges. Each round is loaded into a boxer primed brass casing that is reloadable. Pick up a box or two today!
Do not purchase
Review by sean. (Posted on 2/21/17)
I took a box of this to the range, poured 4 cartridges out & loaded them into my gun. Recoil was excessive & painful but I kept shooting. Swung out the cylinder on my revolver to reload & not one, not two, but all four casings wouldn't eject. I tried tapping the ejection rod on my boot heel as well as prying the cartridges out individually with my keys. Nothing worked. I went home & pushed a cleaning rod down the opposite end of the cylinder & finally managed to pop them out. There was definite swelling near the rim of each casing which would indicate to me the cartridges were over pressured. Would not recommend buying
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