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So here's one that I didn't find anything on google for, seeing if anyone has any insight.

I worked at Remington Ammo Plant for a while in Lonoke AR, was one of the engineers in the area responsible for the manufacturing line of loading and priming. We had this sitting on the shelf in the office, never could find info about it. I was thinking industrial use maybe.

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I’d guess it was someone’s idea of a prank.
 

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Just for fun, measure the inside diameter. Find a mold as close to that size as possible. See if it takes 37 of them to equal a pound. The shot would weigh approximately .43 of an ounce.
 

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What is the caliber?

When I saw the topic, was thinking you meant this, an M3 37mm AT round:

 

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I'd bet that the name of the cartridge is 37 GA, GA doesn't refer to gauge but to the initials for someone or something. Check the case mouth, it's probably .37" or close. Case does look like a long .357.
Jim
 
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