When were the Weatherby cartridges developed?

Cartridge – Year Introduced Commercially: .220 Rocket Magnum – 1945 .224 Weatherby Magnum – 1964 .228 Weatherby Magnum – 1947 .240 Weatherby Magnum – 1968 .257 Weatherby Magnum – 1945 6.5 Weatherby RPM – 2019 6.5-300 Weatherby Magnum – 2016 .270 Weatherby Magnum – 1945 7MM Weatherby Magnum – 1947 .300 Weatherby Magnum – 1945…

What does B.C. mean on the ballistic charts?

B.C. stands for ballistic coefficient. Ballistic Coefficient (BC) is the ratio of a bullets sectional density to its coefficient of form, used to describe the bullets effectiveness in overcoming air resistance. Nosler Reloading Guide: fifth edition. USA: 2002

Weatherby offers rifles in standard caliber chamberings. Do they make ammunition for them?

Weatherby currently manufactures ammunition for Weatherby Magnum calibers only, and has no intentions to manufacture standard cartridge ammunition on an ongoing basis. Weatherby recommends you purchase premium standard cartridge ammunition from a high quality ammunition manufacturer for use in your Weatherby rifle. NOTE: Weatherby did produce a small run of non-Weatherby caliber ammunition in 1997….

I have a problem with my Weatherby gun safe. Who do I contact?

Two different safe companies manufactured Weatherby safes. Contact information is as follows: American Security www.amsecusa.com 11925 Pacific Avenue Fontana, CA 92337 (951) 685-9680 Serial # prefix- GS and KS Fort Knox www.ftknox.com 993 North Industrial Park Way Orem, UT 84057 (801) 224-7233

Why are some Weatherby rifles “free floated” and some are not?

We have found through our testing that barrels having a smaller outside diameter than our #3 contour require upward pressure to help stabilize the barrel for increased accuracy. Our free floated barrels have enough rigidity in the barrel for them to be free floated.