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.45 ACP - Polished - (500 ct)

SKU: 45Polished-MP

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.45 ACP mixed headstamp once fired brass casings.

Washed and polished.

Sorted to remove steel, aluminum and other calibers 

Notes:

All products noting "Polished" in the description have been washed and polished to remove any dirt, debris, grease and other residues.  

ALL CASINGS ARE INERT - SPENT PRIMER ONLY

These are not primed casings or loaded ammunition

May contain nickel plated casings

All products are sourced from indoor ranges.  The range brass has been machine sorted into individual calibers, with all steel, aluminum, and other calibers removed.  Our sorting process is accurate to thousandths of an inch, ensuring that each order is as accurate as possible.  

The .45 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol) cartridge is a popular handgun cartridge that was designed by John Browning in 1904 for use in the Colt M1911 semi-automatic pistol. It has since been adopted by many other firearms manufacturers for use in a wide variety of handguns and submachine guns.

The .45 ACP cartridge fires a .451 caliber bullet with a typical weight of 230 grains at a muzzle velocity of around 830 to 1,000 feet per second. The cartridge has a rimless, straight-walled case with a maximum overall length of 1.275 inches.

The .45 ACP cartridge has a reputation for being a powerful and effective cartridge for self-defense and law enforcement use. It has a relatively large bullet size and a heavy weight, which translates into good stopping power and a high degree of accuracy at close ranges. It is also known for its relatively low recoil, which makes it easier to shoot accurately than some other powerful handgun cartridges.

The .45 ACP cartridge is still in use today by law enforcement agencies, military units, and civilian gun owners for a wide variety of applications, including self-defense, target shooting, and competition shooting. It is considered to be one of the classic cartridges of the 20th century and has a dedicated following among firearms enthusiasts.

Description

.45 ACP mixed headstamp once fired brass casings.

Washed and polished.

Sorted to remove steel, aluminum and other calibers 

Notes:

All products noting "Polished" in the description have been washed and polished to remove any dirt, debris, grease and other residues.  

ALL CASINGS ARE INERT - SPENT PRIMER ONLY

These are not primed casings or loaded ammunition

May contain nickel plated casings

All products are sourced from indoor ranges.  The range brass has been machine sorted into individual calibers, with all steel, aluminum, and other calibers removed.  Our sorting process is accurate to thousandths of an inch, ensuring that each order is as accurate as possible.  

History

The .45 ACP (Automatic Colt Pistol) cartridge is a popular handgun cartridge that was designed by John Browning in 1904 for use in the Colt M1911 semi-automatic pistol. It has since been adopted by many other firearms manufacturers for use in a wide variety of handguns and submachine guns.

The .45 ACP cartridge fires a .451 caliber bullet with a typical weight of 230 grains at a muzzle velocity of around 830 to 1,000 feet per second. The cartridge has a rimless, straight-walled case with a maximum overall length of 1.275 inches.

The .45 ACP cartridge has a reputation for being a powerful and effective cartridge for self-defense and law enforcement use. It has a relatively large bullet size and a heavy weight, which translates into good stopping power and a high degree of accuracy at close ranges. It is also known for its relatively low recoil, which makes it easier to shoot accurately than some other powerful handgun cartridges.

The .45 ACP cartridge is still in use today by law enforcement agencies, military units, and civilian gun owners for a wide variety of applications, including self-defense, target shooting, and competition shooting. It is considered to be one of the classic cartridges of the 20th century and has a dedicated following among firearms enthusiasts.