Images: I picked this up from a dealer today (owner was not there though) and had some questions if anyone can help. I sincerely appreciate it. Here's what I know: • Case shot w/Bormann Fuse • Confederate Artillery round based on timing tick marks (looked this up online) • 4.52 inches wide, which is consistent with being fired from a 12 pounder cannon • Found on Secessionville Battlefield (June 16th, 1862) near Charleston SC 1) Is there any danger of it exploding? The card said that there was no powder and only the case shot remained. When you move it slightly, you can hear the metal balls jangling around in there. I read that the powder was held in a space between the two halves with the balls, so since they're moving around... I'm hoping there's no powder? 2) Based on the case shot still being there, I assume this wasn't fired, but had a hole drilled to remove the powder. That's what it looks like anyway. Is that correct based on what you see? 3) If it wasn't fired, is there a way this could've been fired as a solid shot without using the fuse? Just wondering if there still a chance it was fired. Thanks so much again for any help!