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    Bullet I.D.? From my older Post.

    I had found a few bullets on my last hunt that i did not know what kind they were. I looked on the Civil war Outpost website and i thought that they looked like a .44 cal. Colt bullet on the left and a Burnside on the right. And a picture of a complete Burnside for comparison. If you can give me any help that would be great thanks.
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    Re: Bullet I.D.? From my older Post.

    Looks to me like you are on the right track. You need to provide some measurements and Cannonballguy will be able to tell you exactly what you have.
    Due to the high price of ammunition there will be no warning shot.

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    Re: Bullet I.D.? From my older Post.

    Look's like a MM#482,Johnson and Dow .44 on the left.

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    Re: Bullet I.D.? From my older Post.

    Quote Originally Posted by BosnMate
    Looks to me like you are on the right track. You need to provide some measurements and Cannonballguy will be able to tell you exactly what you have.
    The smaller bullet is between 11/16" and 3/4" long and 3/8" wide at base. its 1/4" from base to top of first ring. (i dont have a caliber so im just using a ruler). the larger bullet is 3/4" long and 9/16" wide at base of bullet but 11/16" wide at brass. is 1/4" from base to top of first ring. hope these measurements help, thank you.
    If it sounds good, Dig It

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    Re: Bullet I.D.? From my older Post.

    nice

 

 

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