50 Rounds of .44-40 Win Ammo by Fiocchi - 210gr LRN

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Bullet Type – 210gr LRN
Quantity - 50 Rounds
Manufacturer - Fiocchi
Origin - Ozark, Missouri
Suitable for – Action Shooting
Casings – Boxer-primed brass


This affordable .44-40 action shooting ammo from Fiocchi combines old-fashioned specifications (heavy 210 lead round nose bullet, 725 fps muzzle velocity) with modern conveniences (non-corrosive Boxer primers, smokeless powder). Each cartridge in this box of 50 uses a reloadable brass case.

These cartridges are made in Ozark, Missouri, home of Fiocchi of America. They are ideal for both paper and steel targets and deliver great accuracy at action shooting ranges.

The .44-40 is a versatile cartridge used in revolvers as well as rifles like the Winchester Model 1873. It was introduced by Winchester in 1873; within a few years, other manufacturers like Colt and Remington adopted it for their own firearms.

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Posted On: 1/20/2023 By: Richard Beu

A: Thanks for reaching out Richard! We stock this ammo as often as we can, but we haven't currently got any in stock. We do update our inventory constantly, so I hope you'll check back in again soon!

Posted On: 8/31/2020 By: Logan

A: Without question – the 44-40 has probably killed more deer on this continent than any other cartridge with the exception of the 30-30. That said, there are so many better rounds for deer hunting out there that I would recommend any of them over this. Plus a lead round nose won't give you very much of the expansion you'd want for a clean, ethical kill, and in general bullet energies less than 1,000 ft lbs aren't considered ideal for deer hunting. This round's is about a quarter of that out of a revolver. It's going to go higher than that out of a rifle, but it's still going to be nowhere near 1,000 ft lbs.

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