RARE “BAVARIAN” SHARPS BULLET

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Item Code: 2022-2520

This is an odd bullet found mostly in the western campaigns. Named a “Bavarian” Sharps for no reason I know of. However, these are recovered from Civil War sites and are rare items.

This specific style features a pointy nose two wide, flat grooves, and an apparent tie-ring. It does have a solid base, so is intended for a breech loading weapon.

There is a slight nick on one side of the nose and this bullet has a good white patina overall.

A scarce and unusual bullet.  [jet] [ph:jet]

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