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19th Century .284 Caliber Bullet Mould

£55.00
Here we have a bullet mould for a small calibre firearm most likely a pistol. It makes a small 7mm

19th Century .355 Caliber Shot Mould

£65.00
Here we have a small pistol shot mould for a cap and ball personal protection pistol or for a very
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19th Century .75 Caliber Shot Mould

£170.00
Here we have a very nice mould for a .75 caliber shot. This mould is to shape a .75 caliber
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19th Century .284 Caliber Bullet Mould - image British-made-Inert-WW2-3-inch-Flash-Mortar-Round-13-300x225 on https://sallyantiques.co.uk
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British made Inert WW2 3-inch Flash Mortar Round

£250.00
The mortar round is made of a large weighted body coloured in military green, large metal tip & a tail
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Deactivated 30mm Rarden Shell Complete As used in the Gulf War

Ammunition of 30mm Rarden cannon used in British AFV's, eg. the Warrior.
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Inert Finnish Sirpalekranaatti M41/42 Grenade

£295.00
A very rare Finnish Sirpalekranaatti M41/42 grenade. The grenade has a cylindrical cast iron shell with vertical grooves and screw
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Inert WW1 German M1913 Rifle Grenade

£135.00
An inert First World War German M1913 Rifle grenade. The rifle grenade M 1913 was the first of a series