.460 ROWLAND by COR-BON, JHP, One Cartridge, not a box.
NEW! not dented not spotted!
Please note: on the in picture, on the right side: Size comparison (Left) 460 Rowland, (Right) 45 ACP
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Please note: on the above right picture: Size comparison (Left) 460 Rowland, (Right) 45 ACP
One Cartridge, not a Box: .460 Rowland by COR-BON, using new Starline brass case with “*ROWLAND* 460″ Head -Stamp and a 185 grain JHP (Jacketed Hollow Point) projectile, from COR-BON factory boxes , which reads “1425 Feet Per Second and 834 foot pounds per square inch”.
History of the Cartridges:
The .460 Rowland cartridge was invented by Johnny Rowland, the host of “The Shooting Show”and introduced in 1998 for use in a conversion kit for heavy-duty versions of the 1911 pistols. The 460 Rowland case is .956″, approximately 1/16″ longer than a 45 ACP at 0.898”. Energy is reported equal to the .44 Remington Magnum performance, which is why a good strong 1911 fame is needed.