PERFECT “DUG” WHITWORTH/KERR RIFLE BULLET

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Item Code: 1179-388

This is a very fine specimen of an excavated .45 caliber bullet used in the English Whitworth and Kerr rifles.  These highly accurate rifles were imported by the Confederacy through the Union blockade.

This bullet was cast of lead and measures 1.407” long and is .451” in diameter. It has a perfect cone cavity and features a perfect white/tan “dug” patina.  Unknown recovery location.  [jet] [ph:L]

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