Z4663 .52 Sharps Carbine Tie-Ring Paper Cartridge
Description: Decent example. the tip of the tail has been torn off and the powder is missing. There is some staining to the paper cartridge. These were heavily used by both sides and they are often excavated from Cavalry camps.
Measures: D .556 OAL 2.433"
Reference: Round Ball to Rimfire Vol. 4 No. 207-208
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