Colt Carbine

The .45 Colt carbines are another example of Americans' affinity for a handgun and carbine chambered for the same cartridge.

The data shown below are the same loads developed for use in the Ruger Revolver and T/C Contender single-shot handgun.

These loads were fired through a 16°" barrel Winchester Model 94AE carbine.

Our data does not exceed the pressures of .45 ACP +P loads. These loads are intended only for use in modern carbines chambered for the .45 Colt cartridge.

.512 13.GGmm

.48G 12.19mm

.48G 12.19mm

11.5

.451 11.58mm

.45 COLT CARBINE

Gun

WIN 94 AE

Max Length

1.2B5"

Barrel Length

16°"

Trim Length

1.265"

Primer

CCI 3QQ

OAL Max

1.600"

Case

WW

OAL Min

1.550"

START LOADS

Powder Grains Vel.

MAXIMUM LOADS Powder Grains Vel,

Cartridge

Length Comment

START LOADS

Powder Grains Vel.

N100 No.5 No.7

1125 11B9 11B1

MAXIMUM LOADS Powder Grains Vel,

N100 No.5 No.7

127B 20,700 1351 20,B00 1342 20,900

Cartridge

Length Comment

1.550" Penny's

N100 No.5 No.7

1121 11B6 1173

N100 No.5 No.7

1274 20,B00 134B 21,400 1333 21,000

1.575" Penny's

N100 No.5 No.7

1062 1171 114B

N100 No.5 No.7

1207 20,300 1331 20,900 1304 20,600

1.600" CP

N100 No.5 No.7

10B4 1121 1163

N100 No.5 No.7

1232 20,300 1274 20,000 1322 20,600

1.570" Clements

1035 1037 1093 1101

1176 20,200 117B 1B,200 1242 19,700

1251 20,100

1.600" LY452424

START LOADS

MAXIMUM LOADS

Cartridge

Bullet

Powder Grains Vel.

Powder Grains Vel.

C.U.P.

Length Comment

280 (L) TC

N100

6.9

951

N100

7.7

1081

19,100

No.5

9.9

971

No.5

11.0

1103

18,300

No.7

12.6

1128

No.7

14.0

1282

19,000

No.9

15.8

1198

No.9

17.5

1361

19,300

300 (L) FN

N100

N/R

N100

N/R

1.585" D&J

No.5

N/R

No.5

N/R

No.7

11.7

1005

No.7

13.0

1142

19,200

No.9

13.5

1001

No.9

15.0

1138

17,600

SRA 200 FPJ

N100

8.3

1136

N100

9.2

1291

19,300

1.585"

No.5

13.1

1234

No.5

14.6

1402

20,000

No.7

14.8

1083

No.7

16.4

1231

15,300

HDY 230 RN FMJ

N100

7.8

1067

N100

8.7

1213

19,600

1.600"

No.5

11.7

1117

No.5

13.0

1269

18,600

No.7

13.9

1076

No.7

15.4

1223

18,500

SRA 240 JHC

N100

7.7

1030

N100

8.5

1170

20,100

1.590"

No.5

11.7

1067

No.5

13.0

1212

18,300

No.7

14.0

1081

No.7

15.5

1228

20,400

NOS 250 JHP

N100

7.5

967

N100

8.3

1099

19,300

1.585"

No.5

10.9

983

No.5

12.1

1117

18,100

No.7

13.7

1058

No.7

15.2

1202

19,600

SPR 260 JHP

N100

7.3

950

N100

8.1

1080

19,700

1.585"

No.5

10.7

1000

No.5

11.9

1136

19,300

No.7

13.5

1046

No.7

15.0

1189

19,400

SPR 300 SP

N100

N/R

N100

N/R

1.585"

No.5

N/R

No.5

N/R

No.7

11.7

900

No.7

13.0

1023

20,300

No.9

13.5

906

No.9

15.0

1030

19,200

HDY 300 XTP

N100

N/R

N100

N/R

1.580"

No.5

N/R

No.5

N/R

No.7

11.7

906

No.7

13.0

1030

20,200

No.9

13.5

956

No.9

15.0

1086

19,500

* Over SAAMI Maximum OAL

* Over SAAMI Maximum OAL

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