FIRED .69 CALIBER CONFEDERATE GARDNER BULLET FROM BULL RUN

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Item Code: 490-3606

Here is something not often found; a fired .69 caliber Gardner bullet. These are the largest size of the Confederate Gardner pattern bullet.  With typical two-groove Gardner characteristics, but in .69 caliber.

Frederick J. Gardner of New Bern, NC, held Confederate States Patent #12 for his machine that formed the unique Gardner cartridge.

Smashed “fired” specimen with white patina and marked “Bull Run 1861”.  [jet] [ph:jet]

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