Y412 .54 Three-Groove Bullet for Mississippi Rifle (.54 Selma)
Description: Here is a nice confederate bullet with a heavily 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 is crudely manufactured and has excess lead on the bottom edge. These have been positively identified as being poured in a mold manufactured by Eli Whitney.
Measures: D .540 L .975 C .300
Cavity: Rounded Conical
Reference: RBTRF Vol. 4 No. 266
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