.25-21 Stevens

Monday, July 15th, 2019

.25-21 Stevens

Captain W.L. Carpenter of the 9th U.S. Infantry designed the .25-21 Stevens in 1897. It is a slightly shorter version of the .25-25 Stevens, which he also designed. It was first introduced for the 44 Stevens rifle and later adapted to the 44½ and the Remington Hepburn target rifles.

While the .25-25 Stevens was popular, the .25-21 Stevens similar performance and was cleaner shooting. This is and extremely accurate cartridge and is said to hold 0.5” groups at 100 yards. The slightly less powder charge make this a very please shooting round.

The .25-21 Stevens is capable of propelling a .257” in. dia. 87 grain bullet at 1,250 fps with 298 ft.-lbs. of energy.

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