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Civil War209 of 299Occupational group CDVSons of Veterans Burial Service book
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Posted 5 years ago


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Picked this up at a gun show about 1960 and used it ever since as i still collect & shoot old muzzle loaders.Marked on back neck,"made in england","dixon & sons". Can't seem to find if it is orig. or mid 1900's repro.. It is correct for 1851 mod. Colt navy. Does anybody know?
Still use it to prime the pans on my pictured big-mouth toys.

Mystery Solved


  1. Caperkid Caperkid, 1 year ago
    Is it original ? Really great piece regardless.

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