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Some old caps and primers

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Many years ago, I found these at my long passed grandmothers house, she had no idea how they got there, but seeing as she was born in 1904 and her dad was a beat cop in Seattle around that time and may have been known to shoot something on occasion its possible they were his, but unknown.
One nearly full tin of Winchester No. 2 1/2 LR primers and one tin of UMC caps, the white tin is much later of course and its empty. I keep it in my Colt 1861 box for decorative purposes.
Just cool old stuff.
 

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