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KEN'S VINTAGE AMMO


   
                                                                                               

#1.   

.58 CALIBER ROBERTS $95.00


#2. .54 Caliber Burnside:

      Nice Patina $85.00


#3. ,58 CALIBER TRANSITIONAL MUSKET $125.00


#4 .  

58 CALIBER BENET PRIMED MUSKET $45.00


#5.

 .58 CALIBER CENTER FIRE MUSKET $45.00


#6.

 11mm PERRIN CUT-AWAY   $140.00


#7.     


#8. .36 CALIBER THUR (NOT NAVY SIZE)   $175.00


#9 . .44 CALIBER

THUR.  $135.00


#10. 

 


#11 HERE WE HAVE A MAYNARD 40-40 CALIBER MODEL
1873 CARTRIDGE. HAS IRON ANVIL (TAKES A MAGNET)
LOOKS LIKE A HANDLOADED ROUND DUE TO THE
SLIGHT AMOUNT OF SHAVED LEAD AT
THE CASE MOUTH. PRIMER LOOKS ORIGINAL,
PERHAPS BOUGHT AS AN EMPTY CASE.
$40.00

 


 

#12 A NICE MODEL 1873 MAYNARD IN 35-30
CALIBER. THIS ONE HAS THE IRON ANVIL (TAKES a magnet)
APPEARS TO BE ALL ORIGINAL.
$40.00

 


#13  . 35 CALIBER MAYNARD PERCUSSION.

FOR 1st MODEL MAYNARD CARBINE. $110.00

     DON'T FORGET TO SEE MY MAYNARD    PRIMERS WITH TIN ON THE PRIMERS PAGE.
 

                                                           

#14  .50 CALIBER SMITH PAPER    $95.00


#15. .64 CALIBER HALL

 

HAS HAD SEALER APPLIED TO SMALL AREA

TO CLOSE SPLIT IN PAPER (SEE FIRST PICTURE).

$125.00


#16. 

.69 CALIBER MINI. HAS HAD TAPE APPLIED TO

BOTTOM AND WHAT APPEARS TO BE SEALER

APPLIED TO SIDE. SOME WELL MEANING SOULS

ATTEMPT TO SAVE A PIECE OF HISTORY.

$175.00.


   

 

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#18. .45 CALIBER TITFIRE. SELDOM SEEN.

ONLY 1 REMAINING. $275.00


#19.

.42 Caliber Cupfire:

 $40.00


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#21.

50-70 CADET CENTER FIRE (ANVIL PRIMED)

 HAVE SEVERAL.

@35.00ea


#22. 36 LIP-FIRE $75.00


#23. RECENTLY ACQUIRED. A VERY

SCARCE .50 CALIBER GALLAGER CARTRIDGE

 WITH TIN     PLATING THIS IS THE

FIRST ONE OF THESE BEAUTIES

THAT I HAVE HAD TO OFFER. RETAINS 

APPROXIMATELY 80 % OF THE ORIGINAL

 TIN PLATING. NO CRACKS OR SPLITS.

  $325.00


#24. ANOTHER BEAUTY NEW TO THIS PAGE.

THE VERY RARE JACKSON PATENT.50 CALIBER

GALLAGER COILED STEEL CASE WITH

A SHELLACKED PAPER WRAP. IT IS

BELIEVED THAT THE REASONING BEHIND

THE WRAP WAS TO CREATE A BETTER

GAS SEAL. I THINK YOU WOULD BE

HARD-PRESSED TO UPGRADE THIS CARTRIDGE.

$350.00


#25.


#26.

  FOR THE

ADVANCED COLLECTOR, ANOTHER SUPER

SCARCE ROUND. A BURNSIDE ROUND

WITH A TINNED CASE. THERE ARE SOME

CRACKS AROUND THE CIRCULAR UPPER

PORTION OF THE CASE. THERE ARE SOME

LENGTHWISE MARKS ON THE CASE, THE

BEST ANSWER I HAVE FOR THEM IS

WITH A 30 POWER LOUPE THEY APPEAR

LIKE SCRATCHES. MY ESTIMATE IS 50% to

60% TIN PLATING REMAINING.

    $195.00


 

 

 


 

 

 


 

 

 


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#30.  45-78 Walcott

A very scarce round in very good condition: $75.00

#31.

#32. 56-52 Spencer NHS

  $

 

#33. 56-56 Spencer NHS

  $35.00

#34. 56-56 Spencer Raised "H" Head Stamp. Winchester.

This 56-56 round looks like the projectile is offset to one side. However it is not loose in the case.  $45.00

#35 HERE IS A .41 SHORT RIMFIRE CARTRIDGE WITH AN IMPRESSED M HEADSTAMP. FROM WHAT I CAN FIND THESE ROUNDS WERE PRODUCED AND MARKED FOR PHILIP MEDICUS.

       $15.00  3 AVAILABLE

#36
HERE'S AN ODDITY. WHAT IS KNOWN AS A MORSE 2 PIECE 45-70
PRODUCED AT FRANKFORD ARSENAL. KNOWN HEADSTAMPS ARE
F8-86,F9-86,F-10-86,F11-86,F1-87,F-2-87. AN ATTEMPT AT MAKING THE ROUND COME APART INTO 2 PIECES FOR EASER RELOADING AND  CLEANING.     $25.00 ea 

#37. TAKE A LOOK AT THIS ENGINE STARTER CARTRIDGE. I BELIEVE IT IS MANUFACTURED BY THE BREEZE CO. APPEARS TO BE ABOUT 4 GAUGE IN SIZE, CONTAINS A FULL CHARGE OF CORDITE POWDER. HAS THE ELECTRICALLY FIRED PRIMER. HEADSTAMP READS 12  42. IF THAT'S THE DATE STAMP IT PUTS IT RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF WW2.  $55.00