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.54 Three-Groove Bullet for Mississippi Rifle (.54 Selma)
Item #: Y413
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Y413 .54 Three-Groove Bullet for Mississippi Rifle (.54 Selma)

Description: Here is a nice confederate bullet with a nicely trimmed nose. These were once thought to have been a product of the Selma Arsenal but there is no documentation that proves that. This one still has a lot of excess lead which entered the cavity when the bullet was cast. These have been positively identified as being poured in a mold manufactured by Eli Whitney.

Measures: D .535 L 1.012 C .215

Cavity: Rounded Conical (Filled with excess lead)

Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 266

Recovered: Virginia


Shipping Weight: 0.25 lb
Item # Y413
Your Price $25.00 USD

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