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  1. El Winchester Modelo 1894 de John Moses Browning es quizás el más conocido de los fusiles de repetición Winchester, calibrado para el novedoso cartucho con pólvora sin humo .30-30 Winchester y más tarde para diversos cartuchos tales como el .25-35 WCF, .32-40 WCF, .32 Winchester Special y el .38-55 Winchester.

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Howard_HawksHoward Hawks - Wikipedia

    He was the first-born child of Frank Winchester Hawks (1865–1950), a wealthy paper manufacturer, and his wife, Helen Brown (née Howard; 1872–1952), the daughter of a wealthy industrialist. Hawks's family on his father's side were American pioneers and his ancestor John Hawks had emigrated from England to Massachusetts in 1630.

  3. Noted web firearms author Chuck Hawks agrees with the Speer reloading manual that "the .358 Winchester is one of the best woods cartridges ever designed." Performance and Availability. Hunting Shack offers a choice of two loads, 225 grains or 250 grains. Buffalo Arms also offers a choice of two loads, 200 grains or 250 grains.

  4. it.wikipedia.org › wiki › Howard_HawksHoward Hawks - Wikipedia

    Howard Hawks, nato Howard Winchester Hawks (Goshen, 30 maggio 1896 – Palm Springs, 26 dicembre 1977), è stato un regista, produttore cinematografico e sceneggiatore statunitense, tra i più eclettici ed apprezzati dalla critica dell'era classica di Hollywood

  5. Howard Hawks [ˈ h a ʊ ə ɹ d h ɔ k s] [1], né le 30 mai 1896 à Goshen dans l'Indiana et mort le 26 décembre 1977 à Palm Springs en Californie, est un réalisateur, producteur et scénariste américain.

  6. .45-75 Winchester. The .45-75 Winchester was introduced with the Model 1876 lever action repeating rifle. This was an enlarged version of the famous Model 1873 action designed for use with cartridges up to 2.25" in length. The .45-75 Win. used a rimmed bottleneck case that was shorter and fatter than the .45-70 Government.

  7. The velocity and energy figures in this table are taken from various sources including the Federal, Remington, Weatherby and Winchester ammunition guides and the 9th Edition of the book Cartridges of the World by Frank C. Barnes and edited by M.L. McPherson.