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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.
Special purchase allows us
to offer the below low prices, but
they will not last long!
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$ 7.95 per
Cartridge (no
limit)
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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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