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|Bullet Weight||98 Grain|
|Bullet Type||Musket Ball|
|Ammo Caliber||410 Gauge|
|Muzzle Velocity (fps)||2050|
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One crate damaged. The other was mint
On one crate the metal was bent so bad I couldn’t even slide it down to open it... but I bought these because they’re surplus crates. Hard to find an Enfield No. 1 MKIII that hasn’t been the-bored to .410 shot shell. Came well packaged. The other crate was in excellent condition... well worth the money
Collectible and interesting ammunition
The ammunition was as described, and the crate is in relatively good condition given it's age. All small metal parts for the clasp were present, wax seal was broken, likely to check the inner "spam" can which is still sealed.
Even the rope is present, and most painted markings are legible on the wood crate.
I've got an older lot of this ammo to shoot, already opened. This unit will remain sealed as a curio.
This ammo is just so cool.
I am a collector of different ammo and this has been added to my collection to pass on someday to my grandkids.
I just recently found a gun that will shoot these, think I may order a couple more boxes so I can play with my new toy :-) OR, even try it at deer hunting, would that not be awesome to harvest a deer with something like this.
.410 Inch MK1 "Indian Musket" - 98gr ammo hard to find
This ammo is original, 1960 dated, musket ball ammo for the 2 inch chamber .410 Indian converted SMLE Enfield rifle. There are both British made and GRI Indian-made .410 SMLE Enfield rifles that were converted to shot guns. On an original conversion, a normal American, modern .410 shot shell will not chamber. The chamber is too short and too narrow. Only these brass cartridges will work in original chambered .410 SMLEs. Prior to their sale, some rifles have been reconverted to fire modern .410 shells by Century Arms. Century enlarged the chamber to allow a modern .410 to chamber. Hence, two different versions of the .410 SMLEs have been sold: the original brass cartridge conversion and the later Century rifles that were reconverted to a 3 inch chamber for a modern .410 shot shell. The brass original .410 cartridges are shorter and smaller in diameter than a modern .410. If fired in a Century converted SMLE they expand and/or the case cracks making extraction difficult. The extractor will not pull the cartridge out. This ammo is correct only for the .410 SMLE Indian Converted Enfield that still retains its original chamber. For some time, this ammo has not been available and was very difficult to locate. As a result of this ammo rarity, Century modified their SMLEs in order to sell them.
I consider this a lucky find of some very rare ammunition. Luck Gunner's brass .410 ammunition is clean and sure fire ammunition. The paper wrap is intact. No splits in the cartridge cases have been observed in my first box. The primers work fine and this ammo has been well stored. The tin inside the box has preserved the cartridges nicely. The brass is bright with no green tarnish. There is no mold or musty smell and the wood box is a collectible. It is small, well marked and well made. The box is in excellent condition for display. This is sure fire, collectable ammo that is rarely found for sale. This is a perfect opportunity to stock up on seldom offered ammo at an unbelievable, reasonable price for those that have original chambered .410 SMLE rifles. It came well packaged in 3 days to WI. Shipping is very reasonable, the more you buy the shipping cost per box goes down. I got 5 boxes.
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