The 1861 Ordnance Manual describes the tools needed to construct and pack cartridges for small arms. To assist in bundling cartridges into ten-round packets, the Manual prescribes a 'box without ends or top: width equal to 5 times the diameter of the ball, height equal to twice that diameter, and length that of the cartridge."
This adjustable box is designed to fulfill the purpose of that which is described in the manual. Useful for bundling ten rounds into an Arsenal pack, this box will work for both .58 and .69 cartridges of any type.
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