Federal will tell you right on their website. See pdf file above.
The only thing that no one else can tell you is if the bullet is really going 1850fps at the muzzle from your rifle. The information in the calculator numbers will make a good reference but you will still have to shoot it at those distances to verify your rifle's performance with that cartridge.
I purchased A nice pre-safety Marlin 1895 about 6 months ago. It is a 45-70.
I was looking at the serial number today and wanted to confirm the year of manufacture.
The problem is that the serial number LOOKS to me like it starts with a letter B. If this is so, the Marlin table would place it...
When I bought my 45/70 I purchased a new set of Lee 45/70 Gov dies.
To my surprise, there is no expander on the decapping pin or in the dies. Is this usual? if so how do you expand the case to except projectiles without running the risk of crushing the necks?
Currently, I am employing a 45...
I recently bought an 1895s over the internet which was slightly misrepresented in the ad to adegree. Ad read, "One owner bought from new etc only fired a few rounds etc."Yes it has only fired a few rounds by looking at the bolt face and internals seen when stripped for cleaning but and it's a...
Are the prices of the JM Marlins still up? I know a few years ago they were up over $1k. I just picked up a 2007, 1895 Stainless Guide Gun, for $550. It’s in great condition and came with 3 boxes of Remington 405 grain.