.50-70 Musket

.50-70 Musket
.50-70 Musket
Allgemeine Information
Kaliber: .50-70 (.50 Government)
Hülsenform: Randhülse
Ø Hülsenhals: 13,59 mm
Ø Geschoss: 12,95 mm
Ø Patronenboden: 16,76 mm
Hülsenlänge: 44,45 mm
Patronenlänge: 57,15 mm
Geschossgewicht: 35,60 g
(550 grain)
Pulvergewicht: 4,54 g
(70 grain)
Gesamtgewicht: bis 48 g
Technische Daten
Geschwindigkeit V0: 360 m/s
max. Gasdruck: ca. 1560 Bar
Geschossenergie E0: ca. 1900 J

Die Munition .50-70 war die erste Ordonanzpatrone der US-Armee. Sie wurde 1866 eingeführt und bis zur Ablösung durch die  –auch heute noch beliebte – .45-70 Government im Jahre 1873 beibehalten. Die Patrone wurde mit Schwarzpulver geladen und verfügte als Zentralfeuerpatrone über ein Zündhütchen und funktionierte nicht wie bisher durch Randfeuerzündung.



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