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.577-450 MARTINI-HENRY AMMO

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About .577/450 Martini-Henry

  • Place of origin United Kingdom
  • Service history
  • Used by The British Empire
  • Wars Anglo-Zulu War
  • Mahdist War
  • First Boer War
  • Second Boer War
  • World War I
  • Production history
  • Designed 1871

Specifications

  • Parent case .577 Snider
  • Bullet diameter .455 in (11.6 mm)
  • Neck diameter .487 in (12.4 mm)
  • Shoulder diameter .628 in (16.0 mm)
  • Base diameter .668 in (17.0 mm)
  • Rim diameter .746 in (18.9 mm)
  • Rim thickness .05 in (1.3 mm)
  • Case length 2.34 in (59 mm)
  • Overall length 3.12 in (79 mm)

Ballistic performance

Bullet mass/type Velocity Energy
480 gr (31 g) lead alloy 1,350 ft/s (410 m/s) 1,940 ft⋅lbf (2,630 J)

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The .577/450 Martini-Henry is a rimmed, bottlenecked centerfire rifle cartridge derived from the .577 Snider, and it was lengthened and bottlenecked. The .577/450 Martini-Henry was developed for use in the single-shot Martini-Henry service rifle, loaded initially with black powder later it used cordite propellant.

.577/450 Martini-Henry is a black powder, centerfire rifle cartridge. It was the standard British service cartridge from the early 1870s that went through two changes from the original brass foil-wrapped case to the drawn brass of two parts, the case, and the primer.

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