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The 297/230 Morris Short was introduced in 1882 by Eley in England, and is
the smallest of British cartridges at only .88" total length.
This cartridge was used in an aiming tube (also called a barrel insert) in the 577/450
Mantini-Henry and 303 Enfield Rifles for target practice.
The cartridge has been obsolete since app. 1962, or obsolete for app.50 years.
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$4.75 per
Cartridge
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We have a few of
these cartridges
available in
different conditions.
British Cartridges
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297/230 Morris Short
Near Mint Condition,
very minor spots, if any
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$2.75 per
Cartridge
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$1.75 per
Cartridge
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Good Condition, minor spots,
on one side, still displays well
Fair Condition, spots, and minor
corrosion, mostly on the base, but
still a good representation
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