Not from the factory, but it may be possible to have a custom gunsmith do that conversion. You might try contacting Dave Clay in Texas. 817-783-6099
The 475 Nitro is a low pressure cartridge. The 460 Weatherby is a high pressure cartridge. They use different powders. No, you cannot reload a 475 Nitro to 460 pressures because a gun chambered for 475 would not take the higher pressure.
I happen to believe that your sears model 460 could have been made by marlin.The marlin model 56 should be your sears model 460.
New-in-box at a chain called Dunham's in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - $460
Yes. Norma and A Square (among others) load this cartridge.
When they say what is a type of gun is a 460--I'm assuming what they are really asking about is the Wetherby 460 Magnum which is a proprietary belted magnum big/dangerous game rifle cartridge made by Weatherby (the gun manufacturer) for their proprietary hunting rifle of the same calibre.
There is no such cartridge as a ".308" weatherby, only a .308 Winchester, interchangable with the 7.62 Nato. Once upon a time, Weatherby only made rifles in unique weatherby cartridge calibers, eg. .300 weatherby, .378 weatherby, .460 weatherby, etc. Now weatherby makes rifles in many non-weatherby cartridge calibers, including the .308 Winchester. Do not confuse a rifle manufacturer with the company name that may have introduced the cartridge in which the rifle may be chambered. To further get your head spinning, many cartridge companies make cartridges (all equivalent) in the .308 Winchester caliber including Winchester, Remington, federal, norma, and multiple European companies. The short answer is yes they are the same. If you see a weatherby rifle chambered in .308, (and not .308 Norma Magnum), it is a .308 Winchester caliber (Winchester rifles exist in .308 Winchester caliber). The weatherby rifle is most likely a weatherby 'Vangard' model (a cheaper line of rifles manufactured by weatherby). Top of the line weatherby model rifles are noted for their high prices, ornate stocks and high power weatherby calibers (the .460 weatherby magnum is the most powerful factory cartridge in the world, about 80% more muzzle energy than the .458 Winchester magnum, first sold in Winchester's African model 70 rifle).
That would be, Magnum Research.It is chambered for the .50 Action Express.(more info below)The Magnum Research Desert Eagle was the first handgun chambered for the .50 AE. The only commercial handgun cartridges designed that exceed its ballistic performance are the .454 Casull, .460 S&W Magnum and the .500 S&W Magnum. The .50 Action Express was a totally new cartridge designed especially for the Desert Eagle pistol.The rim diameter of the .50 AE is the same as the .44 Remington Magnum cartridge for which the pistol was already chambered, consequently only a barrel and magazine change is required to convert a .44 Desert Eagle to the larger, more powerful .50 AE.The rounds chambered in this cartridge are generally around 300 grains and have a muzzle velocity of around 1,380 feet per second (with a 6-inch barrel). This gives the bullet 1,260-plus foot pounds of energy, placing the cartridge well above the .44 Magnum in terms of power.The cartridge's combination of high velocity and mass results in very favorable penetration characteristics against hard cover.Recoil of the .50 AE in the Desert Eagle pistol is substantial, although only marginally more severe than the .44 Magnum, as the auto mechanism smooths the recoil somewhat. The cartridge is quite loud as well, and a distinct flash is apparent, even in daylight. For these reasons, the .50 AE is not a cartridge for the beginner or novice. It is also quite expensive, at over $30 per box of 20 rounds.
1.5 percent of 460 = 6.91.5% of 460= 1.5% * 460= 0.015 * 460= 6.9
40% of 460= 40% * 460= 0.4 * 460= 184
12% of 460= 12% * 460= 0.12 * 460= 55.2
30% of 460= 30% * 460= 0.3 * 460= 138
86% of 460= 86% * 460= 0.86 * 460= 395.6
20 percent of 460 = 9220% of 460= 20% * 460= 20%/100% * 460= 92
40% off of 460 = 460 - (0.4 x 460) = 276
460 miles = 460 miles
15% of 460:= 15% x 460= 0.15 x 460= 69
Ford has a 460 cu. in. engine, if that's any help. There is the Lexus LS 460 and the Lexus GX 460. Then there is the Volvo 460. And the Mustang SMS 460. Thats all I am aware of.
4% of 460 = 460*4/100 = 18.4
460 * 75% is the same as 460 * 0.75, which equals 345.
10% of 460 = 460*10/100 = 46
460% of 94= 460% * 94= 4.6 * 94= 432.4