Z4563 Scarce .36 or 84 Gauge Revolver Cartridge (English Manufactured)
Description: Here is a very scarce Civil War cartridge that contains the rare two-groove bullet people have often associated with Eley. The excavated bullets are often dug in strictly Confederate sites. This cartridge has very lightly soiling and still retains the cloth tear-strip. This cartridge comes with an x-ray showing the bullet style used in the cartridge.
Measures: D .406" OAL 1.381
Provenance: Purchased from Terry White in October of 1988
Reference: Round Ball to Rimfire Vol. 4 No. 52 Bullet
Price: $185.00 UPS Shipping Required
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