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SOLD SOLD (04/12) 1905 Mk I British 18pdr Shrapnel Round With VSM No. 80 Mk I Fuse O 854 - O 854
A 1905 dated inert Mk I British 18pdr shrapnel round with VSM No. 80 Mk I fuse. The shell is a 'fired reoverd' shell in forged steel. It is a Quick Fire 18pdr which is clearly stamped with "Q.F.18.Pr" and "I F.SE.O.C. 27.9.05" and "E" "T1" and L" on the side as can be seen in one of the photographs. The shell was manufactured by Elswick Ordnance Co. on the 27/9/1905' The fuse was manufactured by Vickers Son & Maxim and is a Mk I No 80 time percussion fuse which is date stamped April 1906. This is fitted to the shell. The brass case is a 18pdr MkII, manufatured in 1917 by The Gramaphone Record Co. and is stamped with "18Pr II Lot 279 17 jag No 1 II US E.W.B.C. lot 2040 1/16" and the War Department 'Crows Foot' The round is in excellent condition. The price includes Uk delivery.

Inert Russian Inert 76.2mm Field Gun Arrow Head A.P. Round. - O 842
This is an original and inert complete round for the Russian M 1942 ZIS-3 Field Gun. This round, made in 1950 during the 'Cold War' period, retains 95%+ of its original paint and stencilling was designated 76.2 x 385R. It is exactly the same round as was used throughout WW2 and is fitted with an armour piercing steel arrow head shot with a single copper drive band. The brass rimmed case is in un-fired condition. Soviet soldiers liked ZiS-3 guns for their extreme reliability, durability, and accuracy. It was easy to maintain these guns and train novice crews with them. Light carriage allowed the ZiS-3 to be towed by trucks and heavy jeeps (such as the American lend-leased Dodge 3/4) or even hauled by the crew. ZiS-3 had good anti-armour capabilities, it could knock out any German light and medium tank with its armour-piercing round. The appearance of the Tiger I and later the Panther, however, made the lives of ZiS-3 crews much harder. This is a scarce round in this condition and the price includes UK delivery. ( O 842)

INERT Soviet 76mm M1942 Field Gun Fragmentation H.E. 'OF 350A' Round. ( Sn O 802) - O 802
The Soviet 76mm Divisional Field Gun was the backbone of the Red Army's field artillery during WW2. It was used following WW2 and throughout the Cold War although it is now considered to be an obsolete weapon. This complete and Inert High Explosive Fragmentation round was made in November 1989 and retains nearly all its original paint and stencilling. The brass case is 385mm long and the fixed round is 655mm overall. It has a 13.72mm copper drive band. It is fitted with a direct action fuse which incorporates a delay to allow penetration of buildings and cover. Originally it was loaded with 6oo gms of Trotyl and had a maximum range of 13,750 metres. This is an iconic round in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. ( Sn O 802)

Inert 1956 UK M29 Mk 1/1 3.5 inch Practise Bazooka Rocket Round. ( O 812 ) - O 812
This is an excellent inert 3.5 inch Practise Bazooka round for the British and American post war anti-tank bazooka. It is a British version the M29 Mk 1/1 and it retains 80%+ of its original paint, stencilling and finish. It is good order with a couple of minor blemishes and it would look good alongside a deactivated weapon. The price includes UK delivery. ( O 812)

Inert, WW2, 1943 Dated, British 4.2" H.E, Heavy Mortar Round. Sn 6762. - 6762
This is a great condition original Inert, WW2, British 4.2" High Explosive, Heavy Mortar Round. It 's body, vented tail and fins are in great undamaged condition. It has nice patina throughout and is complete with it's it's original removeable fuse and end cap. The body is date stamped '6/43' (June 1943). The fuse is stamped ' GD / 86' with original white paint and the end cap is stamped ' PLUG REV AEM 162 MK/8 REMOVE BEFORE FIRING'. Price for this impressive, Heavy Mortar Round includes UK delivery. Sn 6762

Inert, WW2, 1943 Dated, German 5 cm, Mortar Round. Sn 6763. - 6763
This is a great condition original Inert, WW2, German 5 cm, Mortar Round. It 's body, vented tail and fins are in great undamaged condition. It retains 90%+ of it's original red paint and has it's original removeable bakelite fuse. The body is date stamped '14 AW 11/43'(Nov 1943). Price includes UK delivery. Sn 6763

1940 7.5 x 54mm French MAS Rifle original Service Pack of 15 x INERT Rounds - 2 x available ( O 739) - O 739
This is a rare original pack of 15 x INERT 1940 dated French 7.5 x 54 mm rifle rounds in their original packaging. Manufactured just prior to the fall of France these rounds were used in the French MAS 36 service rifle. The headstamp is ' LM 1 40' which indicates these were the 1st lot ( probably the last) of 1940 and made by ' Cartoucherie Mans' War dated rounds are hard to find and original packaging even harder. The price includes UK delivery. ( O 739)

CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK Inert Martini 577 x 450 (15 x available) & .577 Snider Rifle Rounds.(15 x available) ( O 738) - O 738
These are inert black powder brass cased rifle rounds for the Snider .577 & 577 x 450 Martini Henry Rifles . In excellent condition they would sit alongside an obsolete calibre weapon. Please note that these are completely inert and we do not sell live rounds. The price is per round including UK delivery. (O 738) -

1943 Italian M35 inert 81mm H.E. Mortar Round. ( Sn O 727) - O 727
This is an inert 1943 dated Italian High Explosive mortar round for the Italian WW2 model 1935 81mm mortar. The 81-mm Italian mortar Model 35 was a smooth bore, high-angle fire, muzzle-loading Stokes-Brandt type weapon. Remarkably similar in construction to the 81-mm American M1, this mortar was a standard Italian Army weapon. The round is complete with 80%+ of its original paint and stencilling. The lead capped, alloy fuse is stamped ' '1 81 ga LP [ in a circle] star 1/43' ( illustrated). There were two weights of 81mm HE mortar, this one is the light model which would weigh 7.2lb full ( now 6lb empty) and the heavy at 15.1lb. Italian WW2 items are difficult to find and this example is probably as good as they come. The price includes UK delivery. ( Sn O 727)

(Temporarily Unavailable) WW2 dated (1942/43/44), American 37mm, M16 H.E. Anti Tank/ Tank Gun Round. O 708 - O 708
These original WW2 dated ( 1942/43/44) American 37mm M16 Base Fused H.E. Anti tank/ Tank Gun rounds still bear original yellow paint and are brass cased. The headstamp, illustrated, bears the Manufacturer's mark SERVEL and that of the Frank Ford Arsenal. All of the rounds are in good unfired condition. The rounds have wide driving bands and the item illustrated has the driving band marking Lot 0311 2, GLSC 37mm M63 1942. Although all are good quality the rounds vary slightly in condition and the best condition rounds will be sent out first. Contact for best available. NB No licence is required to possess these inert rounds if retained as a part of a collection or display. Price includes UK delivery. (O 708)
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