I’m glad that I found this place. Closet collector here, started with a couple of cigar boxes of shotgun ammo my grandmother gave me when my grandfather passed and I got older. I’ve been picking up any oddball (to me) stuff that I have seen over the years and now just picked up a box of more oddball stuff from an estate auction.
I realize that because some are wildcats it might be impossible to ID them. Here’s info on the first curiosity, I will post a pic when I can do that.
Headstamp says .460 Weatherby Magnum. BUT the case is only 1.756" in length. The bullet in it is .454"-.455" dia., copper jacket, exposed lead rounded tip. The case has a neck that is .350" long, the shoulder is approximately .250" in length and the case/shoulder goes from .565"-.570" where the shoulder starts to .500" OD of the neck.
I have other questions but I won’t clutter this up.