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The No. 25 aka .25  Bacon & Bliss Rim-fire
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No. 25, or .25 Bacon & Bliss Cartridge
By Union Metallic Company. "U" Headstamp.
All measurements within speck.
Uncleaned to protect finish.
Limited supply. Maximum order is limited to
one cartridge per collector.
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$ 9.95 per cartridge
Limit 3 per customer per customer
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Rim-fire Cartridges
Single Cartridges for collectors
Long before the 25 Short and Long Stevens rim-fire came on the market around
1900, there was a  cartridge called the No. 25 or #25 or Caliber
.25 Bacon & Bliss.
The 25 Bacon and Bliss was introduced in the mid-1800s  and used in the Bacon,
Bliss, Gross Arms Company, Reynolds Company and other pistol companies.
The cartridge was produced by UMC, Winchester and Remington from
approximately 1860 to 1920.
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Left picture above, comparison  (1.) 22 Short, (2.) No. 25 or .25 Bacon & Bliss, (3.) 25 Stevens Short, (4.) 25 Stevens Long.
.25" caliber
rimfires
From all
Countries
From all
Countries
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.17 cal
.22"cal
.25"cal
.30"cal
.32"cal
6
mm
2
mm
.38"cal
.41"cal
.44"cal
.50"cal to 58 cal
6 mm