Obsolete, Hard to Find and Wildcat calibers.
It is the responsibility of the purchaser to comply with any restrictions on purchase, ownership, and possession of any items bought from the seller. Rolling block chambered in the 11.15x58mmR cartridge. We have auctions on gunbroker — usually once a month. Items are described to the best of our ability, however, it is up to the buyer to ask questions and look at the pictures to determine the usability of the items. WE CANNOT SHIP AMMO TO THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS: All items are sold “As Is” with all the benefits and faults that this implies. sold as surplus. It is capable of propelling a .439” This is 43 Spanish (AKA 11.15x58R) reloadable brass cases. This cartridge goes by The Remington Rolling block was introduced in 1864 and is a
the .43 Spanish.
Check out the pictures, they are the best indication of condition. The problem a lot of people have is finding quality reloading brass for the caliber they shoot. Sales tax of 6% of price plus shipping will be charged and collected on all shipments to Idaho. Use single quotes (') for phrases. We will not generally accept returns, but if you are unhappy with your purchase, please contact us directly to discuss returning your item. difficult to find and is a collector’s item. Have adequate ventilation at all times. This brass uses a RCBS #22 shell holder, item number RCB9222. of energy. Wash hands thoroughly after exposure. Paper Cartridges for Percussion Revolvers, Cowboy Firearms, Muzzle Loaders & Vintage Military, 1892 Winchesters Lever Action Rifles & Carbines, Pedersoli Trapdoor Black Powder Cartridge Rifles, Carbines & Officer Models, Black Powder Muzzleloading Percussion Revolvers, Black Powder Muzzleloader Shotguns & Smoothbore Muskets, Leather Goods, Cartridge Belts & Cowboy Clothing, Muzzleloading Powder Measures, Horn & Pan Chargers, Muzzleloading Shooting Patches, Flints & Leathers, Muzzleloading Short Starters & Pistol Loaders, Treso Muzzleloading Bullet Pullers & Patch Worms, Hornady Lock-N-Load Power Case Prep Center. Site powered by Ecomitize LLC. © Copyright 2016 B.A.C.O., All Rights Reserved.
many names including the .433 Spanish, 11mm Spanish and the most widely know as We’re selling these by the round, mainly for bullet collectors.
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During the black-powder era, the .43 Spanish chambering accounted for 70 percent of the production. You should check out Buffalo Arms' website for .43 Spanish brass. 387 grain bullet at 1,380 fps with 1,636 ft.-lbs. it until 1918 in numerous calibers including smokeless cartridges like the