54 Percussion Sharps Paper Cartridge Former Deluxe Kit
54 Percussion Sharps Paper Cartridge Former Deluxe Kit

54 Percussion Sharps Paper Cartridge Former Deluxe Kit

$69.95
We have a full in-depth guide on how to use our cartridge system, you can find it under the videos tab in the header or watch it on youtube here 
 
The Star & Bullock Cartridge Kits is the most advanced paper cartridge kit on the market! No stencil required and you don't need to buy circles. We have a full step-by-step video guide on how to make your first paper cartridge on our website and youtube. You can search this - djKjt3kmtGM - on youtube to find our video
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The original Sharps percussion rifle was designed in 1848 by Christian Sharps and went through several iterations until it was replaced by famous "Quigley Down Under" cartridge guns in the 1870s.
 
The percussion version was used extensively in the Civil War by both sides, and the Confederacy made their own bullet for the gun in their Richmond lab. This kit was designed for the Eras Gone bullet mold that is a replica of that bullet, and uses a hybrid material system. 
 
The barrel of the cartridge is made from "end wraps," which are paper rectangles used by hair salons for certain procedures. They can be found on Amazon, Ebay and many other online retailers. We are using the 2 1/2" by 4" size. 
 
The end of the cartridge uses our standard cigarette rolling papers, and the former works the same way. But you do have to glue the edge of the end wraps, because they don't have glue on them already. 
 
We include a 1" circle cutter in our Master and Deluxe kits, but if you plan to buy your own, you probably can get away with as small as 3/4" if that's all you can find. The rolling papers tend to bind the larger cutters, so try to do at least 10 layers at a time. You can do this by layering 5, then folding them together. If the cutter binds just tear the circles free and pop the cutter back open. They are plenty large enough to lose a small edge
 
Please see our video on how to make and shoot these convenient and easy cartridges with your Sharps rifle. They work fantastic. Note that we suggest only real black powder. The substitutes will most likely not ignite reliably. 
  
This is our Deluxe Kit.  It comes with the knob and block for the caliber, calibers, or specific guns, the marked dippers for them, and one funnel. It also comes with all of the things you need to make paper cartridges except for the bullets and powder. This includes five packages of Elements rice paper rolling papers, a 5/8ths paper circle cutter, a large size Elmer's All Purpose glue stick (or three small ones depending on availability), one 2oz can of lube, and 4 lube refills. Also our loading block and a project box. 
 
The lube is enough for approximately 400 paper cartridges, if the lube is kept hot throughout.  If you heat the lube, take it off the heat, and dip until you can no longer dip, it will not last anywhere near as long.  The five packages of papers are enough for about 500 rounds of the .36 and .44, if you cut two strips for the body and use the end for two circles (see instructions page). For the larger cartridges, the number is about a half to two thirds, depending on well you combine your cuts. 
 
Included in this kit is also our loading block for the caliber or calibers. It makes it so you can make 20 papers and fill the powder at the same time. This is particularly valuable if you are loading roundballs, because with those, the glue will get on your fingers and make subsequent papers and powder significantly more difficult. It makes things go quick for conicals as well, and is a very useful addition to your paper cartridge arsenal. 
 
We also include a Berry's 20 cal ammo can as a project box. They are Made in the USA by Americans. 
 
All of our kits are engineered to fill the chamber so that the top of a conical bullet reaches the very top of the chamber when compressed with the loading lever.  Small variances in height can be obtained by how much you fill or overfill the dipper. 
 
For lower power target loads, you fill the powder first, for how much you want to use, then top it off with Cream of Wheat to about an 8th of an inch below the rim of the paper. 
 
None of our kits come with gunpowder, bullets, caps or of course the guns in the pictures. Our measurements are based on our experience, and you use them at your own risk. 
The Star & Bullock Cartridge Kits is the most advanced paper cartridge kit on the market! No stencil required and you don't need to buy circles. We have a full step-by-step video guide on how to make your first paper cartridge on our website and youtube. You can search this - djKjt3kmtGM - on youtube to find our video
cartridgekits(.com)
 
This is our Deluxe Kit.  It comes with the knob and block for the caliber, calibers, or specific guns, the marked dippers for them, and one funnel. It also comes with all of the things you need to make paper cartridges except for the bullets and powder. This includes five packages of Elements rice paper rolling papers, a 5/8ths paper circle cutter, a large size Elmer's All Purpose glue stick (or three small ones depending on availability), one 2oz can of lube, and 4 lube refills. Also our loading block and a project box. 
 
The lube is enough for approximately 400 paper cartridges, if the lube is kept hot throughout.  If you heat the lube, take it off the heat, and dip until you can no longer dip, it will not last anywhere near as long.  The five packages of papers are enough for about 500 rounds of the .36 and .44, if you cut two strips for the body and use the end for two circles (see instructions page). For the larger cartridges, the number is about a half to two thirds, depending on well you combine your cuts. 
 
Included in this kit is also our loading block for the caliber or calibers. It makes it so you can make 20 papers and fill the powder at the same time. This is particularly valuable if you are loading roundballs, because with those, the glue will get on your fingers and make subsequent papers and powder significantly more difficult. It makes things go quick for conicals as well, and is a very useful addition to your paper cartridge arsenal. 
 
We also include a Berry's 20 cal ammo can as a project box. They are Made in the USA by Americans. 
 
All of our kits are engineered to fill the chamber so that the top of a conical bullet reaches the very top of the chamber when compressed with the loading lever.  Small variances in height can be obtained by how much you fill or overfill the dipper. 
 
For lower power target loads, you fill the powder first, for how much you want to use, then top it off with Cream of Wheat to about an 8th of an inch below the rim of the paper. 
 
None of our kits come with gunpowder, bullets, caps or of course the guns in the pictures. Our measurements are based on our experience, and you use them at your own risk. 
 
 
Instructions

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Paul Marshall
Not yet.

Waiting on carbine to be delivered. Then will use kit. Thanks

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Workman
Looks to be well made and easy to use

I have not had a chance to use it at this time. But am looking forward to getting many years of use from the kit. I did look it over and it's really well made and I don't think it will be a problem learning how to make some fine bullets with it with the video you show with a little practice I will be making great rounds in no time Thanks

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Thomas Teets
Best product of its type I have yet to find

I have tried every thing from nitrated paper to reusable machined brass. I have not had the opportunity to take them to the range but after making 20 successful rounds I already like the end product much better than anything else I have tried. There is a learning curve to get them right but I highly recommend this system

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Darren Neil
Kit arrived today

The 54 Deluxe kit arrived today. I live in Australia and the it took about 4-5 weeks to arrive, this is no way a reflection on this company for I received an e-mail within hours of payment that it was sent, it’s just a heads up for international orders, it just takes a little while to get to you. The Kit itself is awesome and as advertised, I will have no hesitation to purchase other kits in the near future, I will just allow a longer arrival time. Cheers from Down Under.

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Seth Klooster
Hidden gem

I stubbed into this internet store and saw this kit, can’t say I’ve seen anything similar or as conclusive. Everything you need with no wasted space or empty promises.