Shrapnel, case shot, etc., continued to pour from the field-pieces on the heavy masses of disorganized Zulus.
He was struck from his horse by a piece of case shot, but his pelisse saved him.
One man was found the next morning, whose head had been half blown off, by a discharge of case shot from one of the mountain guns.
The guns used round shot, grape, and case shot; mortars and howitzers fired bombs and carcasses.
Having executed his mission successfully, he returned in a short time with an arm load of canister and case shot.
Eventually, it was almost replaced by case shot, which was more effective at shorter ranges (400 to 700 yards).
The projectiles are of three kinds—ordinary shells, shrapnel shells, and case shot.
Sagschuetz won, the king followed the advancing line, and the air was alive with bullets and case shot.
Frequently the Union gunners fired a hundred guns a minute, round shot, case shot and shell.
"Those two advanced pieces are sending a round or two of case shot into the bushes, I suppose," Lindsay said drowsily.