Federal .36 Caliber Pistol Bullet for "Belt" Revolver

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Item: Federal .36 Caliber Pistol Bullet for "Belt" Revolver
Condition: Very good, excavated, unfired. Smooth waxy surface with brown patina. One side of the bullet is marked with the numeral "496" in black ink (see Comments below).
Recovered: Unknown
Approximate size: .377 inch diameter, .534 inch length, 115.9 grains weight.
Reference: Similar examples can be found in the following Civil War relic reference books:

  • "Civil War Projectiles II Small Arms & Field Artillery with Supplement" by W. Reid McKee and M. E. Mason, Jr. on page 58, item #496.
  • "Round Ball to Rimfire, Part Three" by Dean S. Thomas, on page 80, #819. 

See scans of the above pages in the additional images. 

Comments: This example is from a very old bullet collection. The digger/collector identified and numbered each bullet with its corresponding McKee & Mason bullet reference number. This bullet will be an excellent addition to any excavated Civil War bullet or general relic collection. 

The above description, along with an image of this particular relic, will be printed on Virginia Relics letterhead and will also be included.


Product Code:
PC9390

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BULLETS , NEW ITEMS , GREAT GIFT IDEAS , FEDERAL RELICS , MARKED RELICS

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