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Who is the maker on the box?(Remington,Federal,CCI,Fiocchi) I dont know what you mean by stainless lead bullets. Is there any markings on the box that say what kind of ammo you have? Need more info to answer.

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Q: What is the age of a 50 count box 38 smith Wesson Winchester center fire smokeless staynless lead bullet k 3872 t?
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What does the 30 30 mean in ammunition?

.30 caliber bullet, 30 grains of blackpowder when it was originally made. Smokeless powder is now used. Actually the 30-30 began life as the 30 WCF (Winchester Center Fire) aka 30 Winchester Smokeless or 30 SMOKELESS. The second 30 refers to 30 grains of smokeless powder. (30 grains of black powder would have been a pretty whimpy load)

Is it true that if there is more smokeless powder in a bullet and is fired it will make the barrel hotter rather than a bullet with less smokeless powder?

Yes. The more powder the bigger the bang and the faster the bullet moves. The faster the bullet goes, the more heat energy it will generate because of friction, and the initial blast from the powder.

What bullet does a Winchester 94-30 WCF fire?

The correct cartridge for your Winchester 30WCF(Winchester Center Fire) is the 30-30 Winchester.These may be found in 150gr. or 170gr. bullet weights.

When was the first bullet made?

The first bullet was made at 1883. It was a Smith and Wesson .22 caliber rimfire cartridge.

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Depends on the load.

What does 3030 stand for?

Nothing, really, but the name of the cartridge. When Winchester introduced the Model 94 in 1894 in the brand new smokeless powder round .30 Winchester caliber, most of the other ammunition on the market was black powder and had names such as 25-20, 44-40, 45-70, etc. These names stood for the caliber (diameter of the bullet) and how many grains of black powder were in the load. The .30 Winchester didn't follow that convention an dpeople didn't know what to expect, so it was not well accepted in the market and sold poorly. In a marketing move, Winchester changed the name to 30-30 (still, of course, a smokeless powder round with identical components as the .30 Winchester) and the guns and ammunition sold quite well.

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It fires a 7.62x51mm NATO bullet, which is similar to a .308 Winchester.

What does rifle caliber 30.30 actually stand for?

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What does the wcf next to bullet caliber stand for?

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Which has a bigger bullet A Smith and Wesson .32 revolver and a Colt .357 Magnum?

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Can you shoot a 45-70 out of a 33 Winchester?

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