The .476 Nitro Express is a British rifle cartridge.. Want to share your own stories.
With its huge .475 Nitro Express chambering, you can take any animal you want while on Safari, be it South America or Africa’s great plains. As a display piece, you could not go wrong at all; once approved by a gunsmith (we suggest this because of the pressures involved), you could impress on …
Introduced by Westley Richards around 1907, it follows on the heels of the .470, .475, and .475 No. Yes we want to publish them.
There were many, including the .500/465, the .475 and .475 No. While it was available in single and double rifles, it was less popular than other comparable rounds. 2 Nitro Express 480 Gr – 5ct. 2 Nitro Express (3&1/2") case in India due to a British Law prohibiting .45 Caliber Rifle Cartridges in India at the time .
This is not loaded ammunition.
This is not loaded ammunition. New unprimed brass.
The .475 No. Pushing a 500-grain .474-inch-diameter bullet to a muzzle velocity of 2150 fps for 5,140 ft.-lbs. Bertram Brass 475 Nitro Express 3.25" Formed Unprimed Box of 20 .
Among the diverse selection of Nitro Express cartridges that came along to replace the.450 NE—the.475 NE, the.475 No. Each box is full. In a 16-pound double rifle, it produces 99 foot-pounds of recoil. A .600 Nitro Express cartridge. One of several rounds (including the .470, .475, and .476 Nitro Express) designed and introduced between 1905 and 1910, after the British Army banned the .450, in India and the Sudan, all with comparable performance, the .475 No. Add to cart. This sends 900-grain bullet at 1,950 fps with 7,600 foot-pounds of muzzle energy.
The 475 NO.2 Nitro Express is a 3&1/2" (Bottled Necked) cartridge introduced in the early 1900's. A .600 Nitro Express cartridge.
2 Jeffery, the.500/465 NE, and the.476 NE were others—the.470 became the industry standard as a Professional Hunter’s stopping rifle. Also member's and other photographs. L. 56619.500-450 Nitro Express 3-1/4" NE. .475 Nitro Express.400/360 Purdey .475 No.2 Nitro Express.400/360 Westley Richards .476 … SOLD Caliber:.475 Nitro Express Metal Condition: Excellent with light mark Wood Condition: Very good with handling marks Bore Condition: Clean with no pitting or wear Barrels: 24 Stock: Checkered walnut Stock Dimensions: Commentaries on various calibres, nitro express cartridges and firearms. The .465, .465/500, .475 No 2 and even the great .470 are among those cartridges developed for this reason.
Imported from Australia, this brass was precisely manufactured to deliver excellent accuracy and longevity.
The ban was intended to deny rebellious tribes access to surplus military arms and ammunition. Cartridge Type: Height: 3.5" Width: 0.675" Average FPS: 2200 Average Energy: 5265 Average Gr: 490 Recoil: 4.95 *Casing image above is an artist rendering and not a real photo of .475 Nitro Express Number 2 Ballistics cartridge. 56618.500-450 #1 Express. In a 16-pound double rifle, it produces 99 foot-pounds of recoil. What started as a small dream has become a multi-million dollar international business selling ammunition, reloading supplies and accessories. New unprimed brass.