CIVIL WAR .69 CALIBER “TEAT BASE” RIFLED MUSKET BULLET

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Item Code: 1184-362

This bullet has the typical “minie ball” profile featuring a pointy nose, three grooves, and a deep conical cavity, only with a “teat” protruding from the tip of the cavity.

Nice white and tan patina. Bullets are similar in appearance.

Recovered near Orange, Virginia.  [jet] [ph:L]

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