Z4300 Confederate .577/.58 "Salvaged Lead" Bullet
Description: Nice bullet manufactured on the Lehner & White machinery in Richmond, Virginia by the Confederacy. These are referred to as "Salvaged Lead" bullets but were actually manufactured using crude rounded bar stock in the machines.
Measures: D .561" L 1.014" C .392"
Cavity: Truncated Cone Cavity
Reference: Round Ball to Rimfire Vol. 4 No. 368
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