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Obsolete, Rifle
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56-50 Spencer Center-Fire
The 56-50 Spencer started out as a rim-fire cartridge for the Spencer rifle, which was first issued in late 1862, and carried
by the Union Cavalry before the 1860 Spencer carbine was issued.
Custer's Michigan Troops at Gettysburg were carrying this Spencer Rifle.
As 56-50 Spencer rim-fire ammunition is long obsolete and pricey, some rifle owners have converted their rifles to center-fire.
A few companies offer a reproduction Spencer rifle in centerfire.
Custom loaded 56-50 Spencer center-fire
cartridges loaded with 350 grain
"Silver-Slick coated lead projectiles

Due to limited availability at this time
Limit One cartridge per collector
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$ 4.95 per Cartridge
Limit One per Customer
for now
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Cartridge Section
U.S.A. and
some other
countries
U.S.A. and
some other
countries
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