(344 pages) Part One covers Federal rifle musket and smoothbore ammunition.Detailed information on the Ordnance Department, Northern arsenals, patents, designers, & manufacturers of Federal musket ammunition.
$185.00 (View Picture) 20801 20 CARTRIDGES BALL CALIBER .30 M2 (FA 3418) - Full sealed box, packed in 5 round clips. $30.00 (View Picture) 20792 20 CARTRIDGES BALL CALIBER .30 M2 (FA 3160) - Full sealed box, packed in 5 round clips. $30.00 (View Picture) 19558 VIETNAM ERA 50 ROUND BOX OF .45 ACP AMMUNITION WCC 64 - Nice clean full box with original contents headstamped WCC 64.
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We have a nice assortment of ammuniton for collectors, best in the area of U. 18818 CIVIL WAR SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION-ROUNDBALL TO RIMFIRE- THREE VOLUME SET!
VOLUME 1, 1880-1939 REVISED - The definitive work for all types of Civil War small arms ammunition.
Based on years of research and collecting specimens, Dean Thomas accurately identifies the ammo, where it was made, the contract details, how it was packed, and often, where it was shipped.
Headstamps are probably F A [month] 06.) These have the tops of the pockets sewn shut with a cloth pull tab.
I have never seen any US military bandoleers dated earlier than 1906, but believe that they may have been first introduced shortly after 1903 when stripper clip loaded ammunition was first issued for the M1903 Rod Bayonet rifles in .30-03 caliber.
Some are the actual ones pictured in Chris Punnett's superb book ".30-06" (available above) and others came from another long time specialist in that field.