.54 Richmond Lab Sharps (Qty. 36 ea)
The Confederacy produced various patterns of Sharps ammunition to feed both captured and domestically made rifles and carbines during the American Civil War. This bullet is the culmination of their development efforts, produced from roughly mid-war at the Richmond Arsenal, and is an approximate copy of the British-made Eley Sharps bullet. It has a long flat heel designed to be loaded with a paper combustible cartridge, and measures .545 at the belt. It weighs a hefty .510gr, and is cast on an Eras Gone Bullet Mold.
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