.42 CALIBER CUPFIRE CARTRIDGE

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Item Code: 2020-839

Willard Ellis and John White patented this cartridge in 1859.  This copper cartridge held the priming compound within the bottom edge of the “cup” in order to circumvent Smith & Wesson’s rimfire patent. This size cartridge was used in the Plant “Army” front-loading revolver. No head stamp. Good condition. [jet] [ph:m]

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