Bone Orchard Cowboy Action 45-70 Gov't 300gr RNFP

Part Number:4570GOVT


In Stock
20 Rnds (1 Box)
$28.95 - $279.95

Bone Orchard Cowboy Action 45-70 Gov't 300gr RNFP 

Bone Orchard's ammunition is manufactured from the highest quality, new components. We carefully formulate loads to provide our customers with the highest accuracy and reliability. All of us here at Bone Orchard ammunition have been in the shooting sports for many years. We have been involved in sporting clays, skeet, trap, steel silhouette, tactical rifle, pistol military matches, and many other competitive shooting sports. Giving us the knowledge and understanding of what it takes to make quality ammunition and provide our customers what they need and expect. 

Our ammo is manufactured from new top of the line components following the standards set by the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS.) Loaded with a 300 gr. lead round nose flat point bullet and clean burning but still smoky powder to give our shooters the authentic sight, smell and feel of yesteryear. Our packaging is designed to fit the theme of the Cowboy Action competition.

We do NOT accept any returns on this item.

  • Caliber : 45-70 Gov't
  • Bullet Weight :  300 Grain 
  • Bullet Type : Round Nose Flat Point 
  • Muzzle Velocity : 1100 fps 
  • Casing Material : Brass 
  • Rounds Per Box : 20 
  • Rounds Per Case : 200

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Q: Is this load safe for all rifles including 19th century trapdoor in good condition? It seems at 1100 fps it should be just fine, but wanted to check.
Asked by:  - 3/10/2017
A: At this time, we are awaiting a response from the manufacturers and will answer as soon as possible.
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A: As with all questions concerning firearms, we and the manufacturer suggest you bring your rifle to a gunsmith to see what round would be adequate and to also ensure that it is in proper working order.

Sorry that we cannot answer this question further without physically seeing in person a firearm of this age.
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