.25-20 SINGLE SHOT by U.M.C., 1Cartridge not a Box, No Returns
.25-20 SINGLE SHOT by U.M.C. = Union Metallic Company 100 years Obsolete, NO RETURNS, One Cartridge not a Box. Please Click on Picture or Title for more Details.
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NOT to be confused with the .25-20 WCF or .25-20 Winchester.
Due to age , may not fire , sold as a collectible, no returns
One Cartridge, not a box: .25-20 Single Shot by the U.M.C., *Union Metallic Company, before U.M.C. was bought or merged with Remington Arms company in 1912. Produced by U.M.C. with “U.M.C. 25-20″ Head-Stamp and loaded with lead projectiles. These cartridges are over 100 years old, may have very minor spots , but in excellent condition for their age.
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* UMC: The Union Metallic Cartridge Company (U.M.C.) was an early manufacturer of cartridge ammunition for small arms. The company was founded in 1867 and sold or merged with Remington Arms Company in 1912.
History of the .25-20 Single-Shot and/or 6.5x41Rmm:NOT to be confused with the .25-20 WCF or .25-20 WinchesterThe .25-20 Single Shot was designed by J. Franis Rabbeth a European designer of metric cartridges, as the (metric) 6.5x41Rmm cartridge around 1982 for use in different single-shot rifles, Remington, Stevens, Maynard, etc. in Europe.Later in the United States around 1886 the cartridge (under the American .25-20 Single Shot name) was introduced by the Union Metallic Company and later by a few other companies for use in USA single-shot rifles. The cartridge was replaced by the more powerful.25-20 WCF (or .25-20 winchester) in the mid. 1890s.