This is especially common for rarer older cartridge games for NES, SNES, Genesis. My first thought is that it would be illegal to make them, let alone sell them, because I'd consider it piracy. But a quick ebay search of "repro NES games," or any other console, has tons of hits and are selling fairly well.
Dec 28, 2014 · If you are planning on shooting Smokeless, there is no point to the longer cartridges such as 45-90, 45 -110 or 45-120. You can stuff all the Smokeless powder you need into the 45-70, the extra space in the longer cartridges is wasted, and the brass costs more. if you are planning on shooting Black Powder, I still recommend 45-70.
The old 1895 was chambered for big bore cartridges like the .45-70 and .45-90. The current Model 1895 is a big bore version of the 336 action, not a re-introduction of the original 1895. It is the basis for the most powerful of Marlin's current lever action models. These are chambered for the .444 Marlin, .45-70 Govt. and .450 Marlin cartridges.
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A good hit with a .380 is better than a miss with a .45. So, as a general rule, your self defense cartridge should be the largest and most powerful load that you shoot well. The Selection Process. Don’t be in a rush to buy the first gun you see. Give it a lot of thought. Ideally, shoot as many pistols as you can before you make a decision.
To order Cartridge Pouches, Boxes, Buff or Black Leather: click on this PDF icon and follow the instructions on the top of the page. Box, Pouch, and Buff Leather Order Form I presently have a lengthly backlog of 29 hole Continental Army boxes, and 29/36 hole British pouches to make for fellow reenactors and museums.
Here are some typical boxes from the Peters Cartridge Company, covering most of the 20th century. Although Peters was established in 1887, the scarcity of early boxes places those beyond the scope of this project which is to help date commonly encountered box types.