Robin Hood Shotshell, 12 Ga., Indian
Item #: Z5680
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Z5680 Robin Hood Shotshell, 12 Ga., Indian
Description: Decent and collectible shotgun shell manufactured by the Robin Hood Ammunition Company of Swanton, Vermont. According to Windy Klinect, this company was founded in 1898 and was reorganized as the Robin Hood Ammunition Company in 1906. In June of 1915, the company was purchased by Remington-U.M.C.. The overall length of this shotshell is 2.469” with a low .345” brass cup. This version has the yellow paper with five feathers on each arrow. This example does have some soiling on the tube and on one side of the brass cup. With some wear around the top outer edge of the crimp. A very nice example of a highly collectible shotshell company!
Headstamp: "INDIAN / 12 / 12 / R.H.A.CO.”
Top Wad: "DUPONT / 3 / 1-6 / BLACK”
Measures: OAL 2.469”
Reference: "Robin Hood & Their Merry Shot Shells” Windy Klinect Pg. 53
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Item # Z5680
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