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#0778 Bullet mold for either the 1860 Colt or Remington 44-percussion Army

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#0778 Bullet mold for either the 1860 Colt 44-percussion Army, or the Remington 1858 Army. There’s pitting on the sprue cutter to a point where if it was Colt marked, it’s long gone now …but I’m leaning more that it is a Remington mold and they were unmarked to begin with. Conditionwise, it has scattered medium pitting on the exterior, but the cavities are good, the sprue cutter is the original and intact, and it functions correctly. Very inexpensive for an Army size mold. Good+ $145









Price: $145.00


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07/07/2017 (in 9 days)

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05/30/2017

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