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GREAT CARTRIDGE OF THE PAST: .32-20 WINCHESTER

There was big news way back in 1882. A new cartridge named the .32-20 Winchester was born. Let’s take a look what the .32 WCF (Winchester Center Fire) cartridge was and is all about. The .32-20 cartridge was brought to commercial production in 1882 for their lever action rifle. It was loaded with a .32 […]

OBSOLETE? A CRITICAL LOOK AT THE .30/30 WINCHESTER CARTRIDGE

Is there room for the .30/30 Winchester cartridge in this modern day? A close up look at the cartridge itself will answer that. Let’s examine the classic .30/30 Winchester cartridge and see why it still is alive and well today. Back in 1895 the rifle (and yes sometimes handgun now) cartridge affectionately now called “the […]

accelerator

REMINGTON’S PAST MYSTERY CARTRIDGES: THE .22 ACCELERATORS

Ever hear of the Remington Accelerator rifle cartridges? Think about a .22 caliber saboted bullet fired from a .30 caliber rifle. Let’s dive into history and examine what the Remington Accelerator cartridges were all about. The idea of saboted sub-caliber projectiles fired out of conventional weapons has always intrigued me. The increase in velocity and […]