The best way to determine actual value is to search theon-line auctions, such aswww.gunbroker.com and www.auctionarms.com or even www.proxibid.com enter your details in the search and see what has SOLD and for how much. if there is nothing current try the archives of past sales or items sold. Another place to look is The blue book of modern black powder values available from www.midwayusa.com Don't forget condition has allot to do with value, so compare apples to apples and in this case the caliber and if the frame is brass or steel.
such black powder revolvers are anywhere from $150 - $250, depending on condition
depending on overall condition $150 - $200
1gran per caliber
Depends on the caliber. A .45 caliber pistol uses about 40 grains of black powder. Contact the maker's website and download the owner's manual for YOUR gun.
30 caliber bullet and 30 grains of black powder
was a 38-40 black powder
a32 caliber black power connecticut a thousand dollar
Typically 50 to 75 grains of ffG powder.
$650 at Auction
Assuming excellent or unfired condition, $400 to 500.
You will have to specify if you are referring to black powder, rim fire or center fire and the weight of the projectile
don't believe any such item as 58 cal. black powder pellets. but, there is a 58 cal. slug for the 58 cal. black powder rifle
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It depends on the type of powder, the age and caliber of the cannon, the condition of the cannon, the projectile, etc.
There are generally 2 types of BP firearm, 1 muzzleloaders, loaded with powder cloth patch and lead ball or mini ball (also powder and a sabot and bullet in the more modern guns. 2 Black powder cartridge guns, that fire a more conventional looking self contained cartridge loaded with black powder and a bullet. such as the 45-70 or the 30-30 ( first number is the caliber second number is the grains of black powder in the cartridge. 45 caliber with 70 grains of powder) I am greatly generalizing
as for buying it, you do not need license or background check to buy them since their black powder. i own 3 black powder gun and i live in pennsylvania i never had any problems buying them off the internet or in store.
Most .50 Caliber rifles ,[ in good condition] can handle 100 grains of black powder. Some new in-line models can handle up to 150 grains.
You will have to tell us if you are talking about black powder or center fire.
50-300 USD or so
No published sn data.