VERY RARE CONFEDERATE .69 CALIBER "ARKANSAS HOG" BULLET FROM THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI

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Item Code: 2024-913

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Many of the Confederate bullets from the Trans-Mississippi are extremely rare and this giant bullet is the biggest of the bunch. Likely made at Little Rock, AR. and Tyler, TX.

This bullet was nose cast and features three grooves. It's a heavy bullet with a massive nose portion rising above the grooves. Deep plug cavity with thick skirt. A few small nicks on the edge of the skirt, but overall condition and patina is good.

Measures: 0.675” x 1.171”

Reference TT#197. [jet] [ph:JET]

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