.450 Revolver by REM-UMC, One Cartridge, not a Box!
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One Cartridge, not a box, the picture of the box is for reference only!
Nice Patina, no dents, no nicks, no corrosion
One Cartridge not a Box: .450 Revolver by Remington-Union Metallic Company (REM-UMC), older factory loaded with then new brass with “REM-UMC 450” Head-Stamp and a 225 grain lead projectile and due to age sold as a collectible!
For more versions of this caliber please see below in related items.
History of the 450 revolver cartridge:
This cartridge has more names then Carter’s has liver pills; 450 Revolver, or 450 Adams, or 450 Short or 450 Short Colt, or 450 Corto was the first Center Fire Cartridge adopted by the British Army in 1868.
It was used in the Adams Revolver until it was replaced in 1880 by the 476 Enfield Mark I, which was also replace in 1892 by the 455 Revolver Cartridge.
Now Obsolete since early 1940s. Accept for a special run by Fiocchi, years ago! You can fire the 450 Revolver in the 455 Webley.