22-caliber center-fire cartridge
was rimmed or semi-rimmed.
The first successful center-fire cartridge
firing revolver was the Smith & Wesson #3 American, which was chambered in .
A center-fire cartridge
with a rimmed, bottlenecked case 58mm long, it was loaded with a 375-grain lead bullet and 78 grains of blackpowder for a velocity of 1380 fps.
17-caliber center-fire cartridge
that propels the 20-grain V-Max at 3,650 fps.
Schofield's were chambered for a center-fire cartridge
that is now called the .
44 center-fire cartridge
, was submitted to government trials, and a number were given to cavalrymen in the field, with generally favorable results.
Both bills define "50 caliber sniper weapon" as "a rifle capable of firing a center-fire cartridge
in 50 caliber, .
Being as how Smith & Wesson was more interested in selling revolvers to the US Army than to civilians, they perked up when the government told them to go back to the drawing boards and present them with a center-fire cartridge
43 Spanish," a center-fire cartridge
with rimmed, bottlenecked case 58mm long, whose 375-grain lead bullet was propelled to 1380 fps by 78 grains of blackpowder.
better known as the "Werndl" after Steyr's owner--firing a modern, center-fire cartridge
22-caliber center-fire cartridges
loaded with heavy 90-grain Sierra MatchKing bullets.
This fall, Indiana even is letting hunters use select center-fire cartridges
(those shooting .