45 Schofield Ammo

Developed by Smith & Wesson and introduced in 1875, the .45 Schofield is a revolver cartridge originally designed for black powder use; .45 Schofield ammo was heavily used in the "Wild West" era due to its overall good effectiveness compared to other available rounds of the period. The round gets its name from the Schofield revolver, which was used by US cavalry in the late 19th century and was renowned for its good accuracy and reloading speed.

.45 Schofield ammo typically fires a 200-250 grain lead bullet at 700-850 feet per second. Cowboy action loads tend to be on the lighter side, producing less recoil to enhance rapid-fire accuracy.

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