Meaning of Martini-Henry

Mar•ti•ni-Hen•ry

Pronunciation: (mär-tē'nē hen'rē), [key]
— n.
  1. a breech-loaded .45 caliber rifle adopted in 1871 as the standard British service weapon, using a center-fire metallic cartridge filled with black powder.
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