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looks like your test succeeded.


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Another Newbie with a question.


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I have recently purchased an English proofed tweleve cylinder drop trigger revolver. I would guess 1880’s or there about. It appears to take a 22 cartridge which I can not id. The cartridge is about 1.3" in length and is stamped rem-umc v d. It has a u stamped on the primer. Any idea as to what it might be ?
Thanks
gopherhead


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[quote=“gopherhead”]I have recently purchased an English proofed tweleve cylinder drop trigger revolver. I would guess 1880’s or there about. It appears to take a 22 cartridge which I can not id. The cartridge is about 1.3" in length and is stamped rem-umc v d. It has a u stamped on the primer. Any idea as to what it might be ?
Thanks
gopherhead[/quote]

nothing like that in my collection. got pics?
frogbert


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I will figure this pic thing out.


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vd = Velo-Dog (literately meaning it was used to shoot dogs while riding your bicycle)

Yours being a “5.5mm Velo Dog” made by Remington (the 2 I have are headstamped GFL and SFM)


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