.44 Bull Dog “REM-UMC 44 B DOG” H/S, by Remington, One Cartridge not a Box.
One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only!
For more versions of this caliber please see below in related items.
For more information, please see below.
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One Cartridge, not a box: 44 Bull Dog by REM-UMC or Remington Arms Company shortly after they bought Union Metallic Company which is why the Head-Stamp reads “REM-UMC 44 B DOG” uncleaned still has dried lubricate on cartridge. Please Note: These cartridges were outside lubricated at the factory when they were loaded over 75 years ago, the lubrication has dried over time on the bullet and case, it can be cleaned with paint thinner. Some cartridges may have stains. (Notice in picture cleaned and uncleaned.) Please Note: The cartridges for sale below are over 75 to 100 years old and sold as a collectible only, with no guarantee they will fire.
History of the 44 Bull Dog:
Introduced in the 1880s, the 44 Bull Dog cartridge was an American design and only produced in the United states for the British 44 Webley revolvers and later in American Harrington & Richardson (H&R) revolver and a few other makers.
It was produced as a “less recoil” cartridge for the 44 Webley revolvers and it was only produced by American and Canadian manufacturers.