Pauly Shotshell Rosette – Type B

This Pauly shotshell rosette, Type B, is distinguished by its unique base markings, which may indicate different manufacturing batches or specific uses. The top view shows the central ignition hole, essential for the ignition process, while the side view highlights the detailed threading used to secure the rosette to the paper shotshell. These features underscore Pauly's commitment to precision and functionality, ensuring a reliable ignition system for early breech-loading shotguns. The rosette's design played a crucial role in the effectiveness of early cartridge-based firearms....

 


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