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12 gauge Wanda Box of 25 Shotshells, Boxes VG, not Mint, SALE, SAVE $10.00


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Sold as a collectible, cartridges my not fire, box not mint good to Excellent, over 50 years old. No Returns!

One Box of 25 cartridges: 12 Gauge Shot Shell by the now closed Wanda Cartridge company of Houston, Texas, USA . Produced in 1968 before the company closed in 1971. Transparent red plastic case  with ”WANDA PAT. 12 PEND.” Head-Stamp and “3¾-1¼-7½” printed on the red case.  As these are plastic cases in bulk 25 round boxes, there may be a few minor scratches in being mover over the last 50 years.

Sold as a collectible, cartridges my not fire, box not mint, good to excellent, no returns!

For single cartridges see below in related items!

History of the Wanda Cartridge Company

In 1967, the Wanda Cartridge Company began production of its all-plastic shotgun shells in Houston, Texas They produced shells in 12 and 20 gauge only, then  the company ceased operations in 1971 after 3 or 4 short years. These are getting hard to find today over 50 years later at this writing in early 2020.

A short story on shot-shells:

Shot-Shells have been produced for over 2 centuries in many sizes, from 00 gauge to .360 gauge  and also in millimeters sizes.For those not familiar with shot-shells the lower the gauge number the larger the size. A 20 gauge is smaller then a 16 gauge, a 16 gauge is smaller then a 12 gauge etc.A gauge is a unit of measurement in shotguns, determined by the number of lead balls the size of the gun’s bore (inside barrel diameter) that can be produced out of a pound of lead.  A 20 gauge gun size has 20 balls per pound, a 12 gauge has 12 balls, hence the smaller the gauge number the large the bore or size of the shell

Weight 3.1 lbs