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cartridgesOne box of 20 M2 .30 caliber M-1 Ammo. Unopened.
Twin Cities Arsenal.
Order  BC1084   $32.95





cartridgeNose Section of a U.S. Gallager Carbine Minie Ball.
Dug in Central Virginia. Part of the cartridge remains attached.
Order  BC1082   $22.95






bulletRemarkable find! Intact Smith Carbine bullet.
This Smith Carbine bullet was found with the rubber cartridge still intact. Found in 2015 East of Richmond Airport. I've never seen one of these dug, but these came out of a deep pit. This cartridge is in store or Civil War show pick up only, as it is to fragile to ship.
Order  BC1057   $75.00

bulletRemarkable find! Intact Smith Carbine bullet.
This Smith Carbine bullet was found with the rubber cartridge still intact. Found in 2015 East of Richmond Airport. I've never seen one of these dug, but these came out of a deep pit. This cartridge is in store or Civil War show pick up only, as it is to fragile to ship.
Order  BC1056   $75.00

bulletRemarkable find! Intact Smith Carbine bullet.
This Smith Carbine bullet was found with the rubber cartridge still intact. Found in 2015 East of Richmond Airport. I've never seen one of these dug, but these came out of a deep pit. This cartridge is in store or Civil War show pick up only, as it is to fragile to ship.
Order  BC1055   $75.00

bulletRemarkable find! Intact Smith Carbine bullet.
This Smith Carbine bullet was found with the rubber cartridge still intact. Found in 2015 East of Richmond Airport. I've never seen one of these dug, but these came out of a deep pit. This cartridge is in store or Civil War show pick up only, as it is to fragile to ship.
Order  BC1054   $75.00

bulletRemarkable find! Intact Smith Carbine bullet.
This Smith Carbine bullet was found with the rubber cartridge still intact. Found in 2015 East of Richmond Airport. I've never seen one of these dug, but these came out of a deep pit. This cartridge is in store or Civil War show pick up only, as it is to fragile to ship.
Order  BC1042   $75.00

bulletRemarkable find! Intact Smith Carbine bullet.
This Smith Carbine bullet was found with the rubber cartridge still intact. Found in 2015 East of Richmond Airport. I've never seen one of these dug, but these came out of a deep pit. This cartridge is in store or Civil War show pick up only, as it is to fragile to ship.
Order  BC1041   $125.00

bulletVery unusual dug bullet.
A soldier has inserted a .58 cal. C.S. Gardiner Replacement bullet into a Spencer cartridge. It was recovered in Central Virginia.
Order  BC1038   $19.95



bullets(7) Broken Burnside Minie Balls Dug at Fort Fisher, North Carolina.
Most are missing much of their cartridges, and a couple are close to complete. There is also a flattened casing. These pieces, which were recovered on private land with the landowner's permission, have been sprayed with clear acrylic as a preservative.
Order  BC1036   $54.95

bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in fair condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1035   $24.95


bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in fair condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1034   $24.95


bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in fair condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1033   $24.95


bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in beautiful condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1031   $29.95



bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in beautiful condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1030   $29.95


bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in beautiful condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1027   $29.95

bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in beautiful condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1025   $29.95




bullet.58 cal. Minie ball in original gut cartridge.
This cartridge was recovered in Dinwiddie County,
Virginia in October, 2014.
Order  BC1022   $69.95



bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in beautiful condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1020   $29.95





bulletIntact Spencer Carbine bullet.
This bullet was recovered in Dinwiddie County, Virginia in 2014.
It is in beautiful condition, as shown in the picture. It is just
as found, no repairs.
Order  BC1018   $29.95


bullet.32 cal. Williamson teatfire cartridge for the Moore pistol.
David Williamson recieved patent #41,183 dated January 5, 1864 for this cartridge. The teat at the end of the cartridge held the fulminate. Originally the cartridges were made with a flat teat which was later modified to a round teat to simplify loading.
Order  BC1012   $64.95

bullets(10) .38 cal. Winchester Rimfire Cartridges.
Five of the bullets have a "U" headstamp and five are plain. The .38 rimfire cartridge was a common round for many antique revolvers and rifles from the 1870s to the early 1900s. It was a common self defense round for a small revolver that was often kept in a vest pocket through the 1890s.
Order  BC1010   $37.95

bullets(10) .38 cal. Winchester Rimfire Cartridges with a "U" headstamp.
The .38 rimfire cartridge was a common round for many antique revolvers and rifles from the 1870s to the early 1900s. It was a common self defense round for a small revolver that was often kept in a vest pocket through the 1890s. These cartridges have a "U" headstamp, as shown in the picture.
Order  BC1004   $37.95

bullets(13) .38 cal. Winchester Rimfire Cartridges with "H" headstamp.
The .38 rimfire cartridge was a common round for many antique revolvers and rifles from the 1870s to the early 1900s. It was a common self defense round for a small revolver that was often kept in a vest pocket through the 1890s. These cartidges all have the letter "H" headstamp, as shown in the picture.
Order  BC1000   $46.95


bullet.44 cal. Rimfire Cartridge with a "U" headstamp.
The "u" headstamp means it was manufactured by Union Metallic company, purchased by Remington. This may be an early Bull Dog type cartridge.
Order  B9898   $45.00


.44 bull dog(2) .44 Cal. Bulldogs.
The .44 Bull Dog was an American centerfire revolver cartridge produced from the 1880s until the 1930s. No known firearm was chambered exclusively for the .44 Bull Dog cartridge: It was a shorter and less powerful option for use in revolvers chambered for the .44 Webley cartridge (American name of the British .442 Webley revolver round). The .44 Bull Dog cartridge was manufactured only in the USA, probably for those bothered by the sharp recoil of the more powerful .44 Webley round in such small guns, or who were particularly cost conscious.* Also it was very easy to carry. Headstamp W.R.A. Co 44 B.D.
Order  B9893   $24.95

 

.40 CD Leet(15) Civil War era .40 caliber C. D. Leet pistol cartridges.
This type of unfired bullets, complete with the original copper cartridges, can be found in A Handbook of Civil War Bullets & Cartridges, by James and Dean Thomas. This is Thomas and Thomas #14 on page 12. Manufactured by C. D. Leet, they are solid and intact with two grooves and a crimp mark. The bullet shown in the picture on the far right is broken.
Order  B9892   $300.00

 

bullets(2) Smith & Wesson Pistol Bullets.
These bullets were excavated in King & Queen County, Virginia.
One has a headstamp "U" and the other does not.
Order B9870   $20.00


bullets(10) Intact Spencer Bullets.
These bullets were excavated in Central Virginia
and are in good condition.
Order B9860   $150.00


bullets(3) Intact Henry Bullets.
These bullets were excavated in Central Virginia,
and are in good condition.
Order B9857   $45.95



bullets(5) Intact Spencer's.
These bullets were excavated in Central Virginia.
Order B9855   $109.95




bullets(5) Intact Spencer's.
These bullets were excavated in Central Virginia.
Order B9854   $109.95




bulletCivil War Period Lefauchoux 7.5mm Pinfire Cartridge.
This cartridge is made by ELEY Brothers in London. The basic design for the 7mm pinfire Lefaucheux revolver has it's roots way back in the year 1823 when a man by the name of Casimir Lefaucheux invented the pinfire cartridge in Paris, France. Some sources say that Lefaucheux actually invented the cartridge in 1828, but regardless of the exact date that this French gunsmith conceived the pinfire cartridge, it was officially patented in 1835. The pinfire cartridge consisted of a casing with an internal primer that was ignited by a pin that protrudes from the side of the case. This design may now be considered as antique weapons, but at the time it was an innovative advancement in firearm technology.
Order B9757   $34.95

bulletCivil War Period 6mm Flobert.
This bullet was excavated in Central Virginia.
Louis Flobert of Paris France developed the
"bulleted breech cap" in the 1840's. This is
the predecessor of the .22 rimfire. It is listed
in T&T page 10 1A. The base of this bullet
does not have a "U" stamped on it, as the
previous bullet, which makes it Civil War
Period.
Order B9740   $200.00

bullet Indian Wars 6mm Flobert.
This bullet was excavated in Central Virginia.
Louis Flobert of Paris France developed the
"bulleted breech cap" in the 1840's. These are
the predecessors of the .22 rimfire. It is listed
in T&T page 10 1A. The base of this bullet has
a "U" stamped on it, per Dean Thomas means
Union Metallic Ammunition Company.
Order B9739   $75.00

bullets4 Vintage .44 Colt Bullets and Cartridges.
3 of these bullets have the headstamp of W.R.A. Co. .44 Colt,
and 1 has no stamp. They all have a nice even patina, and will
display well.
Order B9738   $34.95

bulletCivil War Period Lefauchoux 7.5mm Pinfire Cartridge.
This cartridge is made by ELEY Brothers in London. The basic design for the 7mm pinfire Lefaucheux revolver has it's roots way back in the year 1823 when a man by the name of Casimir Lefaucheux invented the pinfire cartridge in Paris, France. Some sources say that Lefaucheux actually invented the cartridge in 1828, but regardless of the exact date that this French gunsmith conceived the pinfire cartridge, it was officially patented in 1835. The pinfire cartridge consisted of a casing with an internal primer that was ignited by a pin that protrudes from the side of the case. This design may now be considered as antique weapons, but at the time it was an innovative advancement in firearm technology.
Order B9670   $34.95

bulletCivil War Period Lefauchoux 7.5mm Pinfire Cartridge.
This cartridge is made by ELEY Brothers in London. The basic design for the 7mm pinfire Lefaucheux revolver has it's roots way back in the year 1823 when a man by the name of Casimir Lefaucheux invented the pinfire cartridge in Paris, France. Some sources say that Lefaucheux actually invented the cartridge in 1828, but regardless of the exact date that this French gunsmith conceived the pinfire cartridge, it was officially patented in 1835. The pinfire cartridge consisted of a casing with an internal primer that was ignited by a pin that protrudes from the side of the case. This design may now be considered as antique weapons, but at the time it was an innovative advancement in firearm technology.
Order B9669   $34.95

bulletCivil War Period Lefauchoux 7.5mm Pinfire Cartridge.
This cartridge is made by ELEY Brothers in London. The basic design for the 7mm pinfire Lefaucheux revolver has it's roots way back in the year 1823 when a man by the name of Casimir Lefaucheux invented the pinfire cartridge in Paris, France. Some sources say that Lefaucheux actually invented the cartridge in 1828, but regardless of the exact date that this French gunsmith conceived the pinfire cartridge, it was officially patented in 1835. The pinfire cartridge consisted of a casing with an internal primer that was ignited by a pin that protrudes from the side of the case. This design may now be considered as antique weapons, but at the time it was an innovative advancement in firearm technology.
Order B9666   $34.95

bulletCivil War Period Lefauchoux 7.5mm Pinfire Cartridge.
This cartridge is made by ELEY Brothers in London. The basic design for the 7mm pinfire Lefaucheux revolver has it's roots way back in the year 1823 when a man by the name of Casimir Lefaucheux invented the pinfire cartridge in Paris, France. Some sources say that Lefaucheux actually invented the cartridge in 1828, but regardless of the exact date that this French gunsmith conceived the pinfire cartridge, it was officially patented in 1835. The pinfire cartridge consisted of a casing with an internal primer that was ignited by a pin that protrudes from the side of the case. This design may now be considered as antique weapons, but at the time it was an innovative advancement in firearm technology.
Order B9665   $34.95

bulletCivil War Period Lefauchoux Pinfire 12mm Cartridge.
The Lefaucheux M1858 was a French military revolver, chambered for the 12mm pinfire cartridge, based on a design by Casimir Lefaucheux. It was the first metallic cartridge revolver adopted by a national government. It was first fielded in 1858 by the French Navy, and though never issued by the French Army, it was used in limited numbers by the French Cavalry during their 1862 deployment to Mexico.
Order B9664   $44.95

bulletCivil War Period Lefauchoux Pinfire 12mm Cartridge.
The Lefaucheux M1858 was a French military revolver, chambered for the 12mm pinfire cartridge, based on a design by Casimir Lefaucheux. It was the first metallic cartridge revolver adopted by a national government. It was first fielded in 1858 by the French Navy, and though never issued by the French Army, it was used in limited numbers by the French Cavalry during their 1862 deployment to Mexico.
Order B9663   $44.95

bullets10 Reconstructed Henry Bullets.
These bullets were excavated
in Petersburg, Virginia and will
add nicely to your collection.
Order B9618  $90.25 SOLD

.38 cal. RimfireVintage .38 round rimfire.
This is an early rimfire with "H" headstamp
and I believe it to be from the 1880's.
Order  B9511   $7.99 ea. or 6 for $30.00!

 

1bulletcase-s.jpg (15574 bytes) Great Bullet Case!
Slotted, velveteen foam holds lead bullets of many sizes (including round balls) Use all slots (72 count) or skip every other row to accomodate your lables. (8" x 14.5" x 1" Sgt. Riker Case with glass viewing window). Red background only. Case lot count 12 all one color. (Bullets not included in the sale.)

Order Bullet Case           Single case price:           $16.50
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