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12 Ga. Winchester Repeater “Brush” Window Shell
Item #: Z7706
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Z7706 12 Ga. Winchester Repeater "Brush” Window Shell
Description: Nice example of a 12 Ga. Winchester Repeater "Brush” load window shotshell. These were originally introduced in 1905. This is one of several styles of early "scatter load” cartridges. These were to be used in full choke shotguns at close range. The internal components scattered the shot which gave a full choke gun, a little more versatility. The Winchester Repeater Brush loads used a cardboard "X” which was patented by Winans & Sinnock in 1894. This window shell variant has a clear wad so you can see the cardboard spreader with shot. The paper hull appears to have been light brown/tan and has soiling. The side is marked, "Winchester / Trade Mark / Brush.”
Headstamp: "WINCHESTER / NO 12 / REPEATER”
Primer: "W.R.A.Co. New No 4”
Measures: OAL 2.425” RD .874” HD .801
Reference: "Rare and Unusual Shotshells in the United States” Frederickson/Nedza Pg. 118 (Circa 1904+)
Reference: IAA Journal No. 250, Pg. 7 (1905+)
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Shipping Weight: 0.25 lb
Item # Z7706
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