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The only ones I have seen that look similiar to that are some that were made from solid copper on a lathe.

 

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Man, those are squirrel dinger .45 acp's. Back in the day all we could find to load with was salt peter and squirrel dingers!
 

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Uh huh. Who says you can't learn anything on the internet.

I did notice that same basic shape when I first read the message. I was thinking about the irony of shooting someone in the rearend with one, but I kept it all to myself. Well, until now, anyway.

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terrybaldridge said:
Uh huh. Who says you can't learn anything on the internet.

I did notice that same basic shape when I first read the message. I was thinking about the irony of shooting someone in the rearend with one, but I kept it all to myself. Well, until now, anyway.

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Thats funny right there! Not right, but funny!!!
 

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Looks like those could be those black powder bullets that TC came up with for their Hawkins rifles in the early 70s. I used to have a mold like that for my 45 TC hawkins. May still if I look hard enough.
 

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I will try to take a pic and post if I can find it. I found a 9mm in a parking lot about 3 years ago, looks lots like those. Are they reloads if not what is the headstamp?
 

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I have no idea if they are factory or reloads its just a pic i saw will browsing some 1911 photos
 
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