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.33 40 Pope

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Type  Rifle
Designer  Harry Pope
Case type  Rimmed straight
Place of origin  United States
Parent case  .32-40 Ballard
Bullet diameter  .338 in (8.6 mm)

The .33-40 Pope is a wildcat cartridge designed around 1900 by Harry Pope, a noted rifleman. The cartridge is a necked up .32-40 Ballard. It was Pope's favorite wildcat, and was often used with great success by him.

References

.33-40 Pope Wikipedia


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