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Unread 08-03-2022, 08:02 PM   #11
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Just to return to the first post: I have found it not uncommon to see guns advertised having chamber lengths different than what my own measurements reveal. I think here is much to be desired in some of the "for sale" information that gets posted.
Agreed, although more appealing at 2-5/8 than the advertised 2-1/2 on this one.
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I like the prices on these old shells....looks like 1 1/4 ounce for the 10 ga was normal..i have a few old shells with these loadings....thanks researcher....charlie
Here are the bulk smokeless powder 10-gauge loads, both 1 1/8- and 1 1/4-ounce, Union Metallic Cartridge Co. offered in their high brass ARROW shells in 1905 --

1905 ARROW 10-gauge Bulk Powder Loads.jpg
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