Cartridge Hall of Fame

Video Series

  1. 10 Gauge Ammunition Heading Image

    10 Gauge Ammunition

    Considered by many to be the king of shotguns, it's the largest bore shotgun in common use today, the 10 gauge is chambered by many manufacturers in all designs of shotguns. Watch Video
  2. 12 Gauge Ammunition Heading Image

    12 Gauge Ammunition

    The most popular gauge shotgun in history, the 12 gauge is here to stay. Developed in the mid-19th century, more guns have been chambered in 12 gauge than any other. Watch Video
  3. 22 Short Ammunition Heading Image

    22 Short Ammunition

    Chambered in both handguns and rifles, it was initially designed for self-defense. Today the 22 Short is often used for target shooting and small game hunting. Watch Video
  4. 25-20 Winchester Ammunition Heading Image

    25-20 Winchester Ammunition

    Introduced around 1895, the 25-20 Winchester Centerfire was first chambered for the popular Winchester Model 1892 lever action. Watch Video
  5. 270 Winchester Ammunition Heading Image

    270 Winchester Ammunition

    Released by Winchester in 1925, the 270 Winchester Centerfire is one of the most successful commercial sporting cartridges of all time. Watch Video
  6. 30-06 Springfield Ammunition Heading Image

    30-06 Springfield Ammunition

    Introduced to the United States Army in 1906, the 30-06 Springfield is without a doubt one of the most successful commercial centerfire cartridges of all time. Watch Video
  7. 30-30 Winchester Ammunition Heading Image

    30-30 Winchester Ammunition

    Easily one of America's most popular hunting cartridges of all time, the 30-30 Winchester was the first smokeless powder sporting cartridge developed for the Winchester Model 1894 lever action rifle. Watch Video
  8. 32-20 Winchester Ammunition Heading Image

    32-20 Winchester Ammunition

    Originated in 1882, the 32-30 Winchester was first chambered for the Winchester Model 1873 and has been chambered in numerous rifles and handguns throughout history. Watch Video
  9. 38-40 Winchester Ammunition Heading Image

    38-40 Winchester Ammunition

    Introduced as a companion to the popular 44-40 WCF, the 38-40 Winchester Centerfire, was originally chambered in the Winchester Model 1873 lever-action rifle. Watch Video
  10. 38-55 Winchester Ammunition Heading Image

    38-55 Winchester Ammunition

    Released in 1884 as a Ballard target cartridge. Most commonly chambered for lever action rifles, the 38-55 Winchester Centerfire is also popular in many single shots rifles. Watch Video
  11. 44-40 Winchester Ammunition Heading Image

    44-40 Winchester Ammunition

    Introduced by Winchester in 1873, the 44-40 WCF is one of the first cartridges to be successfully used in both rifles and handguns. Watch Video
  12. 45-70 Government Ammunition Heading Image

    45-70 Government Ammunition

    The 45-70 Government was first adopted for use by the U.S. Army in 1873. Originally developed for the Springfield Model 1873 rifle, it remains in use today. Watch Video
  13. 45 Colt Ammunition Heading Image

    45 Colt Ammunition

    A joint effort between Colt and Union Metallic Cartridge in 1873, led to one of the most famous revolver cartridges of all time. First chambered in the Colt Model 1873 Single Action Army, the 45 Colt is still used in both revolvers and lever action rifles. Watch Video
  14. 50-70 Government Ammunition Heading Image

    50-70 Government Ammunition

    Developed for the Model 1866 Trapdoor Springfield rifle, the 50-70 Government was the first centerfire rifle cartridge adopted by the United States Army. Watch Video
  15. 7mm Remington Magnum Ammunition Heading Image

    7mm Remington Magnum Ammunition

    Introduced in 1962, the 7mm Remington Magnum was released in conjunction with the popular Remington Model 700 bolt action rifle. Today it continues to be one of the most successful sporting cartridges. Watch Video