50 Rounds of .45 Long-Colt Ammo by American Cowboy - 200gr LFN

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Quantity - 50 rounds per box
Manufacturer - American Cowboy
Bullets - 200 grain Lead Flat Nose (LFN)
Casings - boxer-primed brass


This 45 LC cartridge by American Cowboy features a 200 grain projectile, which is a bit on the lighter side for what this caliber offers -- that means less recoil and faster follow-up shots. The lead flat nose bullet will not only expand and deform somewhat upon impact, but its shape makes it ideal for target shooting as it will cut clean and easily scored holes through paper targets. That flat nose will also make this round feed reliably in rifles with tubular magazines, as so many classic ones have. It’s perfect for vintage-style single action revolvers as well!

This round is great for plinking and training, and you can reload its factory fresh brass casing multiple times. American Cowboy bills themselves as rugged, precise, and reliable. True to their name they produce all of their quality products right here in America, because your Henry or Winchester deserves no less.

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Posted On: 4/29/2021 By: PETER Goethe

A: Thanks for reaching out Peter! We'll update this ammo's price tag as soon as we get more back in stock. In the meantime we have got some Hornady FTX 45 LC you might be interested in, and we're going to add some new LRN ammo we just got in stock to our site shortly.

Posted On: 9/24/2016 By: bladefreek

A: Hello! American Cowboy Ammunition lists the muzzle velocity of this round at 686 fps.

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