Hornady Custom 405 Winchester 20rd Ammo
405 Winchester Ammo
405 Winchester Ammo, Custom-grade ammunition from the factory. Built to the tightest tolerances for peak performance rivaling and sometimes surpassing handloads in many guns.
The InterLock is designed to be a devastating hunting bullet and nothing less. The InterLock Ring – a Hornady exclusive – ensures that the core and jacket remain locked during expansion. The InterLock retains more mass, energy and momentum after impact and transfers that energy to the target. This ammunition is new production, non-corrosive, in boxer primed, reloadable brass cases.
405 winchester ammo
Made In United States of America
|2200 Feet Per Second
|3224 Foot Pounds
|Jacketed Soft Point
|Bullet Brand And Model
|G1 Ballistic Coefficient
|Test Barrel Length
|Country of Origin
|United States of America
Hornady Custom Winchester Ammo
I’ve got a fairly new Shiloh in 40/70SS. Getting the correct brass took me a while. The stretched Krag brass from BACO was in short supply for quite a while. I initially bought some used stretched Krag brass but it had the standard rim. I sold it and bought new stretched Krag brass from Baco with the correct rim. In the meantime I picked up some used 405 brass to try in it. The brass had been neck turned but not far enough back for the bullet I was using. I had to neck turn it again farther back so it would chamber.
Also many of the cases would not chamber after full length sizing because they were too big right in front of the rim. Another set up on the lathe corrected this and each case had to be tried in the chamber to make sure it fit. The rim thickness was not a problem. The 405 cases needed to be sorted by weight also as there was about 10 grains variance in weight. I now have about 350 good cases ready for action.
I have a reamer for the 40/70 to use the 405 brass but I didn’t want to use it on my new Shiloh as it would void the warranty. It would also make the chamber too big in the neck area for the Krag brass. So there you have it, yes you can use 405 brass but it may take some work. One other point, unturned 405 brass will work for paper patch bullets.