.450 Bonecrusher

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The .450 Bonecrusher is a high performance handgun/rifle cartridge. It was designed in 2002 by Lee Martin and is a direct predecessor to the .458 Devastator. The Bonecrusher was created to match the performance of the .454 Casull with a lower pressure than the .458 Devastator.

The gun intended for use with the .450 cartridge uses 0.458” bullets that weigh between 300 to 350 grains. It has latter maxing out at around 1,600 fps. It is designed to increase fit and accuracy. The price varies but it is usually under $1000.[1] It is similar to the .454 handgun.


  1. Martin, Lee. ".450 Bonecrusher". www.singlereactions.com. http://www.singleactions.com/450Bonecrusher.pdf.