Very interesting , a new piece of firearm info for me. I wasn’t aware of shogun slugs.Ellsworth had worked in Lincolns law office. Shotgun used at close range or slugged.
A typical shotgun slug, could also be used in a .69 caliber rifle. Shotgun slugs are still around and in use for hunting. Photo by Army of Tennessee Relics. Instead of a number of shot, there is only one big round.Very interesting , a new piece of firearm info for me. I wasn’t aware of shogun slugs.
It was on display in New York recentlyIs there a picture of the confederate flag he pulled down? I understand it was entangled with his body when he fell, and displayed in Washington during the procession afterward.
In the picture of Francis Brownell, the flag in question is supposedly what he has his left foot on.It was on display in New York recently
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