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577/450 Martini-Henry
The 577/450 Martini-Henry was adopted by the English Armed Forces in 1871 for use
in the Martini-Henry single shot falling block rifle, which replaced the .577 Snider
cartridge and Snider-Enfield Rifle.
The 557/450 cartridge was originally developed with a rolled, and was a coiled brass
case, later it evolved into solid brass case.
For such a widely used Military and Sporting Cartridge it is now a scarce item.
Below are various versions of  this very old caliber. ( 5 Versions Below )
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This is the "Black Powder"
Rifle, Brass version, by Kynoch,
excellent , straight from the box,
withWhite Paper Patch, 400 Grain
Solid Projectile for use in Rifles
not in Carbines.
One per Customer
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$ 29.75 per
Cartridge
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<~~ To the Left, "New"
577-450 Martini-Henry
480 grain "
Silver Coated"
Projectile by TEN-X
To the Right "New" ~~>
577-450 Blank with
a Very Nice Crimp
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$ 12.75 per
Cartridge
$ 6.50 per
Cartridge
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British Cartridges
This is the Rifle, Solid Brass
version, by Kynoch,

excellent, straight from
the box, with Orange Paper
patch,480 Grain Solid
Projectile for use
in Rifles.
Smokeless Powder.
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$ 7.95 per
Cartridge
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Very scarce 1885, rolled, coiled
.476 or 577/450 Martini-Henry,
Mark II Buckshot, issued for
Rifle and Carbines.
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$ 47.50 per
Cartridge
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Out of stock
Out of Stock
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$ 69.95 per Box
of 10 Cartridges
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Special Purchase on the below item , allows us to sell
them at over 50% to 75% off past retail prices,
but they will not last!
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$ 59.95 per Box
for 2 Boxes
$ 49.95 per Box
for 3 Boxes
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Out of Stock
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Maximum 2 boxes or
(20 cartridges )
per customer