Pauly Shotshell Rosette – Type C

The Pauly shotshell rosette Type C showcases variations in design, particularly in the threading and base markings, emphasizing the central ignition hole in both the top and side views. These rosettes were critical components in the transition from muzzle-loading to breech-loading firearms, providing a reliable and efficient means of igniting the gunpowder within the paper shotshells. Pauly's attention to detail and innovation in rosette design contributed significantly to the advancements in firearm technology during the early 19th century....

 


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