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Round Ball to Rimfire -- Part Three Federal Pistols, Revolvers & Misc.Essays (488 pages) This is Part Three of the projected four-part series on Civil War small arms ammunition.We prefer you ask by e-mail so we will have time to pull items before answering, or check with the owner if they are consignment pieces. If you don't have e-mail click here for telephone contact information. Scroll down the page to look at all of it, or use the links to get to the section that interests you most.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![Note: All ammunition is offered as collector's items only.No guarantee is made concerning its safety or fitness for use in any firearm.Great for an obsessive collector, or just as another ammo can for storing stuff. This is the type with the fluted shoulder to give positive identification by touch to distinguish from a regular ball round. Shrink wrapped in plastic for display and looks better now than in the photo. Full sealed box, shrink wrapped in plastic for display..00 (View Picture) 21868 20 CARTRIDGES BALL, CALIBER .30 M2- BY WINCHESTER - Lot WRA 23170, made circa 1952-53 when Winchester and Remington received new contracts for .30 Ball ammunition for use in the Korean War. This ammunition was made by the United States Cartridge Company, Lowell, Mass in 1918. .00 (View Picture) 17490 20 CARTRIDGES BALL CALIBER .30 M2- WW2 EAU CLAIRE - Nice clean box of WW2 ball ammunition.
These were actually repacked by Red River in 1994 from undelivered stocks of .30-06 ammo made during Vietnam for foreign aid use at machine gun ammo. *18* the latter indicating that the cases were made by the Hooker extrusion process.
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.
Some are extremely scarce, perhaps unique, other are rare, and some are minor variations of fairly common types.
Round Ball to Rimfire -- Part Two Federal Breechloading Carbines and Rifles (528 pages) This book fully covers Federal carbine and rifle ammunition.
Detailed information on patents, designers, & manufacturers of Federal breechloaders and their ammunition.