Pauly Shotshell Rosette – Type D

The Pauly Shotshell Rosette - Type D is notable for being the largest known size among Pauly's designs, with dimensions of 23.55 mm in diameter at the widest part. This brass rosette would have been screwed into the base of a paper shotshell, ensuring secure placement and proper functioning within Pauly's innovative firearm system. The design also reflects the complexity and advancement of Pauly's approach to ammunition, which included a percussion compound held in place with tape or tallow....

 


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