.45 Long Colt Pistol Brass 1000 casings
The.45lc brass, or simply.45 Colt as it is known, may be traced back to 1872. (The inclusion of “long” to its name is mostly used to distinguish it from the.45 S&W Schofield, as both were utilized by the military at the same time.) The.45 Colt was developed by Colt for the Colt Single Action Army Revolver, which was initially known as the “New Strap Pistol.” The US Army soon adopted the round in 1873, and it remained an official caliber for the military for the next 14 years.
Colt and the Union Metallic Cartridge Company collaborated on the development of the round and revolver, which was intended for use by horse-mounted infantry. Keep in mind that it was designed before the introduction of smokeless powder, but it worked fine. Is there a specific reason behind it? Have the ability to apprehend any human criminal as
well as render their horses useless. Horses were frequently injured during battles, and the humanitarian thing to do was to promptly put an end to the horse’s life; the.45 Colt made this possible. With a length of 1.29″, it was the longest pistol caliber at the time, especially when compared to its predecessor, the.44 colt, which was just 1.10″.
Behind a 250-gr bullet, it was packed with 30-gr of black powder. It is still a popular round today, especially among people who like to relive situations and cues from the Wild West.
Each contains 1000 brass shell casings that have been fired once.
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