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  Civil War style paper cartridges

ReloadingPaper cartridges for muzzle loaders
When I started doing Civil War reenactments in 1981 the first thing I learned was to make paper cartridges for my reproduction 1853 Enfield. Over time I experimented some and found a method that has worked well for me.

Posted by Pumpkinslinger on Friday, November 21, 2008 (17:26:10) (4833 reads) [ Administration ]
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