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A McKee & Mason 42 Sharps carbine bullet. The bullet has a little ground action, but is in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is as shown a nice white color with some dirt left on the bullet. Both raised rings are easy to see, a mold seam can be seen across the solid base & the nose is sharp. Meaxsures about 0.565 x 1.04 inches. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area.

A McKee & Mason 42 Sharps carbine bullet. The bullet has a little ground action, but is in very good to excellent dug condition. The patina is as shown a nice white color with some dirt left on the bullet. Both raised rings are easy to see, a mold seam can be seen across the solid base & the nose is sharp. Meaxsures about 0.565 x 1.04 inches. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area.

civil war cavalry buckles | Shiloh Civil War Relics Catalog

civil war cavalry buckles | Shiloh Civil War Relics Catalog

US civil war bullets. Two Enfields in the same hole. This was in a confederate camp. John Hunt Morgan camp. Morgan's raiders.

US civil war bullets. Two Enfields in the same hole. This was in a confederate camp.

Bullets from the Battle of Shiloh.Civil War..

Bullets from the Battle of Shiloh.Civil War..

Civil War Bullit, found one when researching for a senior project on Battle of Chickamauga! I got an A++ & caused an uproar at the battlefield when I later returned the Bullit I had found! They gave me a replica :)

The Civil War bullet is the conerstone of any Civil War relics collection and Civil-War-Costumes relics section has a large inventory dug and non dug bullets.

What is thought to be a fired Enfield bullet that a Civil War soldier picked up & carved a big "X" in its nose. This is a small caliber bullet with a cone cavity. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area.

What is thought to be a fired Enfield bullet that a Civil War soldier picked up & carved a big "X" in its nose( thereby converting it into a "Dum Dum" expansive round). This is a small caliber bullet with a cone cavity. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area.

25 Civil War Bullets US CS Dug Battle of Chickamauga

25 Civil War Bullets US CS Dug Battle of Chickamauga

CONFEDERATE  UNION ARMY CIVIL WAR BULLETS AND DISPLAY CASE

The Civil War bullet is the conerstone of any Civil War relics collection and Civil-War-Costumes relics section has a large inventory dug and non dug bullets.

Fired civil war bullet with nice ramrod mark around point. Dug in Union Camp Site.

Fired civil war bullet with nice ramrod mark around point. Dug in Union Camp Site.

This U.S. Civil War belt buckle was worn by Michael Miller of Co. K 1st Pa. Reserves. This unit was local Gettysburg men who actually fought in the battle of Gettysburg. Nicknamed “The boys who fought at home”. Miller wrote to his wife about his brush with death. “A ball struck me on the plate …

Belt Buckle Struck By A Bullet That Saved Gettysburg Resident Michael Miller’s Life

A McKee & Mason 381 Confederate Cap nose bullet. This bullet is in excellent dug condition. The patina is a nice white color with no patina chips. Notice the large nose sprue & cone cavity. Measures about 0.57 x 1.085 inches. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area.

A McKee & Mason 381 Confederate Cap nose bullet. This bullet is in excellent dug condition. The patina is a nice white color with no patina chips. Notice the large nose sprue & cone cavity. Dug from the Corinth/Shiloh area.

A good morning trip metal detecting Civil War bullets and buttons and etc....

A good morning trip metal detecting Civil War bullets and buttons and etc.

A morning hunt at the John Hunt Morgan civil war camp. This morning I got a Gardner bullet.

A morning hunt at the John Hunt Morgan civil war camp and the discovery of a Gardner bullet.

A Confederate 3 ring bullet with a heavily slant cut nose sprue. These bullets are most often dug from the Shiloh, Tennessee area. This bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition, with the skirt being a little out of round. but a real nice bullet. The patina is a real nice white color. Mold seams can be easily seen on both sides of this bullet & the cavity is a cone. Measures about 0.57 x 1.05 inches. Dug by Stan Hughes from the Corinth/Shiloh area.

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A Confederate 3 ring bullet with a heavily slant cut nose sprue. These bullets are most often dug from the Shiloh, Tennessee area. This bullet to be in very good to excellent dug condition, with the skirt being a little out of round. but a real nice bullet. The patina is a real nice white color. Mold seams can be easily seen on both sides of this bullet & the cavity is a cone. Measures about 0.57 x 1.05 inches. Dug by Stan Hughes from the Corinth/Shiloh area.

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