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Hornady

-weight_480-grain

brass

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.450 nitro express

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Hornady 8256 Dangerous Game 450 Nitro Express 480 GR 20 Bx/ 6 Cs

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$134.00

20 Rounds
$6.70 cost per round

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Hornady

-weight_500-grain

brass

20

.450 nitro express

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Hornady 8257 Dangerous Game 450 Nitro Express 500 GR DGX Bonded 20 Bx/ 6 Cs

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$137.00

20 Rounds
$6.85 cost per round

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The 450 Nitro Express also known as the 450 Nitro Express 3¼-inch is a rifle cartridge designed for hunting dangerous game such as elephant, rhino, cape buffalo, lion, and leopard. This cartridge is used almost exclusively in double rifles for hunting in (15.8 mm) rim. The Tropics or hot climates in general and is associated with the Golden Age of African safaris and Indian shikars.

The 450 Nitro Express was the first Nitro Express cartridge, developed around 1898 by John Rigby. This cartridge was based on the then popular 450 Black Powder Express case with 70 grains (5 g) of Cordite And a 480-grain (31 g) jacketed bullet.