THREE CONFEDERATE “WISHING WELL” BULLETS

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Item Code: 998-778

Excavated in 1990s near Savannah these bullets are a small sample of what was recovered from an well in a Confederate camp.

Included is a .72 caliber 3-groove minie bullet, a .54 caliber “slick”, and a .69 caliber French triangle base bullet. These are presented in a clear plastic case with some descriptive text on the bottom.

The .72 was for an import, large-bore rifled musket. This is a large bullet with three grooves, a very deep cavity, and a flat nose. The .54 is the English smooth, no groove, pattern with cone cavity for use in Mississippi and Austrian rifles. The .69 has one wide groove and a deep triangular cavity for use in old model rifled muskets.

This is a nice sampling of bullets from this famous cache of relics.   [jet]

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