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Current & Obsolete Pistol Cartridge Section
45 S&W Schofield, aka 45 Smith & Wesson
The 45 Smith & Wesson Schofield was introduced in 1875 to be used in the
Smith & Wesson Schofield Revolver, which was adopted by the U.S. Army until 1892,
when it was replace by the 45 Colt revolver & cartridge.
Commercially loaded until 1940, it is now only produced by a few secondary makers,
and is conceded  an obsolete cartridge by the major manufactures.
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45 S&W or 45 S&W Schofield
loaded with "New "Brass, non-corrosive primers,
200 grain RNFP projectiles, loaded to the lower B.P.
pressures for older firearms or new firearms.
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45 S & W Scofeild
By Union Metallic Company
before merging with Remington in 1912,
these specimens are over 100 years old.
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