50 Rounds of .44 Mag Ammo by Ultramax - 240gr LFN

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Ammo Overview

Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - Ultramax
Bullets - 240 grain lead flat nose (LFN)
Casings - Boxer-primed brass


The 44 Magnum Ultramax RNFP or Round Nose Flat Point cartridges are perfect for shooting that single action 44 Magnum revolver you keep stored in your safe. They come standard with a 240-grain bullet, and Boxer primed reloadable high polished brass cases. They come packaged in 50 round boxes ready to take to the range for target shooting, self-defense, matches, or hunting larger game animals. These cartridges have a muzzle velocity of 710 feet per second, and a muzzle energy of 300-foot pounds. This lighter muzzle velocity provides very little recoil and makes them a great choice for Old West Shooting Matches. And with the authentic looking design of the Ultramax Cowboy Ammunition boxes, they will fit right in at Cowboy Action competitions. Pick yourself up a couple of boxes today.

Cowboy Action Shooting is a popular, exciting sport with many followers, competitors, and matches held all over the USA. This sport requires that competitors use historically accurate type firearms such as reproductions of older lever action rifles and re-makes of period correct single action revolvers. Ultramaxs’ remanufactured cartridges are made utilizing a full 10-point quality assurance process. Since Ultramax began in 1986, they have aimed to provide a high-quality product at a fair price, and they have accomplished this goal.

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Posted On: 11/22/2016 By: Heck Thomas

A: Hello Heck, Ultramax lists the muzzle velocity of this round at 750 fps.

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