Box of UMC .44-40 hollow point bullets
THE CARTRIDGE COLLECTOR'S EXCHANGE
Frankford Arsenal Model 1883 reloading set for 445 Colt, .45-55 Carbine and .45-70 Rifle (View)
Hornady .300 Weatherby draw set
Military can of VC 45 headstamped .30-06 on a fabric machine gun belt (View)
Boxed set of .32 S&W reloading tools made by or for Smith & Wesson (View)
Box of military .303 cartridges converted to soft points by National Cartridge Co, Canada (View)
Home of the Old Ammo Guy's Virtual Cartridge Trading Table
Offering a wide range of antique, obsolete, and modern ammunition and related items for collectors
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- International Ammunition Association
- Lots of information on a variety of topics, and a very active
question and answer forum.
Curtis Steinauer's Web Page - Lots of useful information here, including an alphabetical listing of hundreds of headstamps.
U.S. Springfield Trapdoor Rifle Information Center - Great source for information on the many models and modifications of this venerable old rifle; lots of pictures and a discussion board.
Books and related:
Publications - George Hoyem's web site; a source for high quality,
informative books for cartridge collectors. His four volumes of
History and Development of Small Arms Ammunition are a must for
any serious cartridge collector.
A new offering from WCF Publications, WINCHESTER Cartridge Boxes, A Gun Collectors' Guide 1856 - 1956 by Ray Giles & Dan Shuey will be available in the fall of 2006. Visit the WCF Publications web site for information.
Arms - Auction Arms is a good site for buying and selling
collectible live ammunition, both singles and boxes. Unfortunately,
you have to sort through a lot of items to find anything really good, and
many of the listed items have starting bids or reserves that are much higher
than they are really worth.
E-bay - While the oldest and most
popular general auction site on the internet, E-bay has an anti-gun
philosophy. They prohibit guns and live ammunition from being auctioned, but
it is still a good site for some really great empty cartridge boxes. The
occasional full box still slips by the notice of their auction police.
Virginia Civil War Relics - Plez Bagby's relic web site; specializes in buckles and cartridge box plates, but also includes a wide array of other Civil War items for sale, with pictures and descriptions.
Boxes of .50-70 bar-primed cartridges from 1867 dated packing crate (View)