Pictures from the Spring 2019 Ohio Cartridge Show

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Great photos & it looks like a great show! Wish I was there :-(

Brian

Make a trip over next time!

Aaron, great pictures, thanks.

I’d love to see the rest of the UMC box in the lower left of this photo.

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I’m curious…was Paul Molans there???

It is only 3 driving hours more for me than Williamsport, I’ll think of it next year. Let me first get to SLICS.

Great pictures, thanks for posting Aaron.

AWESOME pictures and a great looking show! It would be cool if forums could tag people in photos. Saw some nice large bore specimens on those tables to :-) I’m no expert, but that finned grenade looks ultra rare?

Jason

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No Jonnyc that is his Dad in these photos, Paul’s much younger looking than that.

@APFSDS yeah that is a nice example of a https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ketchum_Grenade

They were used in the American Civil War. It had a price tag of $2500

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Paul was at the show.
the finned grenade belongs to Gene Spicer. It is rare/

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Excellent quality photos Aaron!

With regard to antique ordnance & weapon values of late, it was pointed out to me that a decent percentage of the recent uptick in demand for everything from Mausers C96’s, to lowly Mosin-Nagant rifles is due to the hugely popular computer warfighting games - Call of Duty, Battlefield, etc, and the subsequent demand for the real thing which follows. So if that Ketchum grenade finds its way into a civil war version of one of these platforms (they are overdue as far as I know) then that $2,500 pricetage could double in an auction setting. It’s the old Dirty Harry effect … S&W 29.

Yes, I know Paul. I was just joking about seeing him in so many of the pics.

Aaron,
May I say “congratulations”?

Thanks for the info, Aaron! Really amazing artifact to see!

Jason