Five Very Nice Dropped Enfield Bullets Recovered in a Confederate Camp.
Here are Five Nice Dropped Enfield Rifle Bullets ! Four of them are .577 caliber, and one is just .54 caliber. All five have a nice mostly white patina, very little ground action and no damage. All have conical cavities. These were recovered in a Confederate Camp near Mt. Elba, Arkansas. Five Nice Dropped Enfield Rifle Bullets recovered in an Arkansas Confederate Campsite !
Pair of Semi-Melted .69 Three Ring Minies
Here are a Couple of Melted .69 Caliber Three-Ringers ! This pair was either discarded or dropped near the campfire, or else were the first examples someone tried to form with a cold bullet mold. Either way they are still mostly there and make a cool display. Both have a mostly white patina, though the one on the left shows some rust stain on one side. Two Neat Bullets Recovered near Jenkins’ Ferry, Arkansas !
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Five Super Nice Dropped .52 Caliber Sharps Carbine Ring Tail Bullets
Here are Five Super Nice Dropped Ring Tail Sharps Carbine Bullets ! All five of these .52 caliber bullets show very little ground action and have nice mostly white patina. One on the right end still has dirt in the grooves. Recovered at DeVall’s Bluff, Arkansas. Five Super Nice Dropped Sharps Carbine Bullets !
Here are Five Nice Dropped Bullets for the .54 Caliber Merrill Carbine
Here are Five Nice Dropped Bullets for the .54 Caliber Merrill Carbine ! All five show a minimum of ground action with good mostly white patina. There are a couple with very minor nicks or imperfections, but they are tiny. Recovered at DeVall’s Bluff, Arkansas. Five Nice Merrill Carbine Bullets !
Here is an Unusual Short Little .54 Caliber Minie !It has 3 fairly pronounced rings that sweep up, and a deep conical cavity. The crude cavity walls are quite eccentric, thick on one side and thin on the other. The bullet measures about .895 of an inch tall by .535 diameter. It has a dark brown woodsy patina that is actually much slicker than it appears in my picture. I have personally only ever excavated these little bullets in one of Confederate General Thomas Hindman’s camps south of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, but this one was recovered by Chris Whitehead at Prairie Grove. A Neat Unusual Little Confederate .54 Caliber Minie!
Super Nice .36 Caliber Savage Navy Revolver Bullet
Here is a Super Nice MM126 Savage Navy Revolver Bullet ! It is just about a perfect drop showing no digger damage whatsoever. The whole bullet has a nice mostly white patina with no flakes or chips and retains its shape perfectly. There is a tiny molding flaw consisting of a tiny round hole on the base. Just a Superfine example of an Uncommon Savage Revolver Bullet. Recovered near Pea Ridge, Arkansas.