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.454 Casull - Polished - (50 ct)

SKU: 454CasullPolished

Regular price $27.50 ($0.55/rd)
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.454 Casull 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 .454 Casull is a powerful revolver cartridge that was developed in the 1950s by Dick Casull, a famous American gunsmith and cartridge designer. The cartridge is based on the .45 Colt case but is significantly longer and loaded to much higher pressures.

The .454 Casull has a bullet diameter of .452 inches (11.5 mm) and a maximum overall length of 1.385 inches (35.2 mm). It uses a straight-walled case with a rimmed design that allows it to be used in revolvers and some lever-action rifles. The cartridge is typically loaded with a heavy bullet that weighs between 240 and 360 grains and generates muzzle velocities of up to 1,900 feet per second.

The .454 Casull is known for its exceptional power and flat trajectory, making it a popular choice for hunting large game such as bear and elk, as well as for self-defense in areas with dangerous wildlife. It is also commonly used in shooting competitions, particularly in the sport of metallic silhouette shooting, where shooters engage steel targets at various distances.

Overall, the .454 Casull is a versatile and hard-hitting cartridge that is favored by many shooters and hunters who require the maximum power and performance from their firearms.

Description

.454 Casull 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 .454 Casull is a powerful revolver cartridge that was developed in the 1950s by Dick Casull, a famous American gunsmith and cartridge designer. The cartridge is based on the .45 Colt case but is significantly longer and loaded to much higher pressures.

The .454 Casull has a bullet diameter of .452 inches (11.5 mm) and a maximum overall length of 1.385 inches (35.2 mm). It uses a straight-walled case with a rimmed design that allows it to be used in revolvers and some lever-action rifles. The cartridge is typically loaded with a heavy bullet that weighs between 240 and 360 grains and generates muzzle velocities of up to 1,900 feet per second.

The .454 Casull is known for its exceptional power and flat trajectory, making it a popular choice for hunting large game such as bear and elk, as well as for self-defense in areas with dangerous wildlife. It is also commonly used in shooting competitions, particularly in the sport of metallic silhouette shooting, where shooters engage steel targets at various distances.

Overall, the .454 Casull is a versatile and hard-hitting cartridge that is favored by many shooters and hunters who require the maximum power and performance from their firearms.