.69 CS Buckshot Cartridges


These are reproduced to exact dimensions taken from original cartridges, and based on images taken from Roundball To Rimfire Volume 4, by Dean S. Thomas. The originals were produced at Augusta Arsenal for the Confederate States from 1862 through at least late 1864, and I have reproduced two labels to accompany them, which are available in the drop down menu! Twine, wrapping paper and tubes for your percussion caps are included when you add labels to your order!

They are meant to be loaded whole, after the powder-end has been torn open and poured into the barrel, the rest of the cartridge is rammed down paper and all. The cartridge paper acts as wadding.

These cartridges contain nine pieces of .310″ shot, and NO POWDER, but they come out of the box ready to fill and fold. I load mine with 100gr of 1fg black powder, but please only use a load that is safe for you and for your weapon!

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CS Buckshot Cartridges

CS .69 Buckshot Cartridges (Qty. 12), CS .69 Buckshot Cartridges (Qty. 24)

Arsenal Labels/Wraps

None, CS Columbus Arsenal, Open date (printed, +$1), CS Augusta Arsenal 1864 (Printed,+$1), CS Selma Arsenal 1863 (Printed, +$1)


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