.44 Kerr Conicals
$18.50 – $38.50
These conicals and molds to make them were imported to the Confederacy during the American Civil War. They were purchased alongside Kerr patent revolvers from the London Armoury Company by both sides, though they were more popular in the South as far as surviving records show.
These reproductions are cast on an Eras Gone Bullet Mold, and are the cure-all to your oddball reproduction Army revolver needs. The long, tapered heel gives them a very low seating height which allows them to fit even the 1851 “Army” Franken-pistols that seemed to flood the cap & ball market for so long. For what it’s worth, they also fit my Pietta reproduction Lemat.
They measure .457 at their widest point, and weigh in at 225gr.