Z4685 .56-50 Spencer Carbine Cartridge HS: Raised SAW
Description: Decent example with the faint but desireable raised "SAW" headstamp. This one has three crimps around the casing. There are a few light pushes to the tip of the projectile. These were manufactured by D.C. Sage of Middletown, Connecticut between 1864-1866.
Headstamp: Raised "SAW"
Measures: OAL 1.602"
Reference: Barber Pg. 35
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