I Refuse - Colt.44 - Colt.44 (CDr)



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I Refuse - Colt.44 - Colt.44 (CDr)

 · The Colt was a centerfire cartridge that used a heeled bullet of grains over up to grains of black powder which was introduced in That’s a very hasty description of this old cartridge and it was used by the US Army for a couple of years, prior to the adoption of the Colt Estimated Reading Time: 7 mins.

The Colt is an American centerfire revolver cartridge that was produced commercially from to History. The cartridge was developed by Colt's Patent Firearms for use in cartridge revolvers based on the Army percussion revolver. The cartridge was briefly adopted by the United States Used by: United States Army.

The Colt disappeared as a factory loading just prior to World War II. However, the Long Colt was still produced by Winchester for many decades and wasn’t discontinued until late in the ted Reading Time: 8 mins.

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COLT NEW SERVICE 44 RUSSIAN & 44 S&W RARE! Description: SOLD - COLT NEW SERVICE barrel marked 44Russian /44 S&W SPECIAL. All original - Gun is in high collector condition as the pictures show. Bore and chambers are pristine and action is crisp .


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       · colt The colt is a lower powered cartridge designed for the Army to use in the Richards-Mason converted cap and ball revolvers. It was a "stop gap" between the and the SAA, with the much more powerful Colt, which would kill horses at long range basically a Cavalryman's measure of utility. There was never a " short Colt".User Interaction Count:

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      Converted Colt revolver. Photo by Mike Hudson. It is a funny looking cartridge. Stubby. The grain, heel-based, round nose bullet sits mostly inside the fat case, which contains 21 grains of coarse black powder. It’s known today as the Colt Original and its .

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