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Israeli 60mm HE-& 60mm Tank Round. O 420 Sn 3006 - O 420 / 3006
A 1980's made Israeli 60mm Hyper Velocity Medium Support Weapon HE-T complete round in its cannister made as a demonstration dummy. Brass case, steel projectile, completely as per the service round and fuzed. Original stencilling and paint. A very scarce round. Price includes UK delivery. O 420 Sn 3006
395.00

INERT DEACTIVATED Rare 1941 Dated Unfired German WW2 5cm Patr 38 (50 x 289R) PzGr 40, APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid with Trace) Tungsten Cored Arrowhead Round For The KwK 38 (5 cm Kampfwagenkanone 38 L/42) L/42 gun the original main armament o - O 1088
INERT DEACTIVATED. This rare 1941 dated unfired German WW2 5cm (50 x 289R) KwK 38(5 cm Kampfwagenkanone 38 L/42) PzGr 40, APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid with Trace) Tungsten cored Arrowhead round is for the KwK38 (Kampfwagenkanone) gun, the main armament of the Panzer lll tank. The lacquered steel case for this round is headstamped 6317St 5cmKwK 19 Waffenampt WaA385 . There is traces of stencilling round the cartridge case, consisting of 328g Over ??? ??005-000 2/1) over 5 5 42z . The steel primer is stamped C/22St 19 42 (1942 date) auf (Metall-, Guss- und Presswerk, H. Diehl, Nuernberg )The unfired armour piercing APCR/T (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid with Trace) projectile is waisted at the centre and has a plastic collar between the steel ballistic tip and the body. The projectile is stamped 41 (1941) dcp(maker unknown) waffenampt 88 BV(roman numeral 3)D. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display Sn O 1088
475.00

DEACTIVATED INERT Unfired British PIAT (Projector Infantry, Anti Tank) Hollow Charge Practice Projectile, Sn O 1068 - O 1068
DEACTIVATED INERT British weighted unfired PIAT (Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank) hollow charge practice projectile that was a British man-portable anti-tank weapon developed during the Second World War. It was designed in 1942 in response to the British Army's need for a more effective infantry anti-tank weapon, and entered service in 1943.The PIAT was based on the spigot mortar system, that launched a 2.5 pound (1.1 kg) bomb using a powerful spring and a cartridge in the tail of the projectile. It possessed an effective range of approximately 115 yards in a direct fire anti-tank role, and 350 yards (320 m)[3] in an indirect fire 'house-breaking' role. The PIAT was first used during the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943. This projectile is in superb and complete condition retaining most of its original colour and stenciling. The projectile retains much of its original black paint and there is a 20mm yellow band round the body with HOME USE ONLY stenciled in black on it . Under this is stenciled in white INERT . No licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. Sn O 1068
425.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD DEACTIVATED INERT Unfired British WW2, 1943 Dated PIAT Mark 2 (Projector Infantry, Anti-Tank) Hollow Charge Projectile, Sn O 1067 - O 1067
DEACTIVATED INERT British WW2 dated, 1943 unfired PIAT Mark 2 (Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank) hollow charge projectile that was a British man-portable anti-tank weapon developed during the Second World War. It was designed in 1942 in response to the British Army's need for a more effective infantry anti-tank weapon, and entered service in 1943.The PIAT was based on the spigot mortar system, that launched a 2.5 pound (1.1 kg) bomb using a powerful spring and a cartridge in the tail of the projectile. It possessed an effective range of approximately 115 yards in a direct fire anti-tank role, and 350 yards (320 m)[3] in an indirect fire 'house-breaking' role. The PIAT was first used during the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943. This projectile is in superb and complete condition retaining most of its original colour and stenciling. The projectile retains most of its original dark green colour with a ring of 8 red crosses and dashes to the hollow charge cone. The body has a 20mm light green band round it denoting an amatol filling with a white stencil 808 on it. Below this on the body is black stenciling I.C.I./0/FHE and opposite is 12/43 over LOT over 94 . The spigot tube is stenciled in black MK11 . The alloy nose fuse is retained by a pressed steel bayonet cap. Clipped to the base of the fins is the very rare nose fuse container which consists of a two piece alloy container clipped to a spring steel clip. No licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. Sn O 1067
0.00

INERT DEACTIVATED Unfired German WW2 1941 Dated 3.7cm SC/30 (37x380R) Round With An Unfired High Explosive Tracer Projectile(HET) . Sn O 1057 - O 1057
This is an INERT DEACTIVATED German WW2 3.7cm SC/30 high explosive trace (HET) round for the 3.7cm Schiffskanone SK C/30, a German naval pattern high altitude, high velocity, anti-aircraft/coastal defence gun. These guns were also fitted in a twin mount on surface vessels. The copper washed steel cartridge case retains approximately 70% of its original finish and has the following head stamp, aue over 3,7cm30St 365 41 (1941 date) Marine waffenampt. The unfired steel high explosive projectile retains approximately 90% of its original yellow paint and has 2 iron driving bands. The unfired projectile is stamped above the driving band akn 2 43 marine waffenampt and is stencilled on black irid 243/ over 101. The empty tracer screw in capsule has yellow paint on its base. The alloy KZ40 nose fuse is stamped 3.7cm KZ 40 btn42/9797 inspection stamp over I/3 .(See P 223 Hogg, German artillery of WW2) The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn O 1057
395.00

WW2 Rare Original WW2 DEACTIVATED INERT Unfired WW2 German Naval 15cm APCBC (Armour Piercing Capped Ballistic Capped Base Fused Projectile For The Type 1936A (Narvik class) destroyers And Separate Loading Cartridge Case. (150 x 815R) Sn O 1056 - O 1057
This is a rare WW2 DEACTIVATED INERT unfired German naval WW2, 1941 dated APCBC (Armour Piercing Capped Ballistic Capped base fused) round for the German 15cm deck gun (150 x 815R). These guns were originally fitted during and pre WW1 as the casemate-mounted secondary armament in all Imperial German dreadnought battleships and battlecruisers, the armored cruiser This WW2 45.3 kilograms (100 lb) projectile was used in the 15 cm Rheinmetall TbtsK C/36 gun and was a German medium-caliber naval gun deployed on Type 1936A (Narvik class) destroyers during the Second World War. The steel high explosive projectile is fitted with two iron driving bands and is stamped 7540 Kriegsmarine stamp over M1 . The Cap between the projectile and the ballistic cap is stamped 7540 and the ballistic cap is also stamped 7540 Together with L32/A . The base of the projectile is stamped 7545 27 . The base fuse adapter is stamped 7545 . There is also black stenciling on the base of the projectile 44.(27??) KG APN . The case is Stamped 15CM SK L/45 RA 1 1957 and various reissue stamps. The case is also stenciled ?.86-KG over BALL 297 over LOT 66-N31-8 over LAB over 11-OSD-85 . These guns were later used by the Norwegians after WW2 for their costal defense, using the guns left behind by the Germans and repatriated to the Norwegians after WW2. When the supply of original German cartridge cases was used up, the Norwegians started manufacture of the cartridge cases. This is one of those cartridge cases. Most of these guns were still available for use until the 1990s. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Due to the weight of the projectile, delivery is by arrangement and at cost. Sn O 1056
975.00

INERT DEACTIVATED German Unfired 140 x 847R Leopard Tank Brass Shell Case. Sn O 1048 - O 1048
This is an INERT DEACTIVATED unfired brass shell case developed for the 140mm Rheinmetall KWS III smoothbore tank gun fitted to the German Leopard 2 tank as an upgrade development for the 120mm gun fitted as standard. Development started from the late 1980s and was coordinated with Royal Ordnance in the UK and GIAT in France. The Leopard 2 tank carried 32 rounds of the 140mm ammunition in the rear of the turret. This cartridge case retains virtually all of its original lacquered finish to the brass cartridge case and is original black stenciling No.2 over 130 over 9/732/87-85 over 12/125/87-85 over 117-87-74 . The headstamp is 35/87 13 46 . The screw in primer is stamped 33-87 54 D-5 . The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this cartridge case in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn. O 1048
425.00

Inert Japanese 47x131R 2 1/2 Pdr APHE Naval Hotchkiss Anti Torpedo Boat Deck Gun Round. O 17 - O 17
This Japanese made 47mm round was used in an anti-torpedo Boat Revolving Cannon Deck Gun by the Japanese Navy in the Sino-Russian War C1901. It has a corrugated brass driving band, 40mm wide. The case is NOT a British EOC export type but an original Japanese made case with an Anchor stamped on. Price includes UK delivery. O 17
195.00

Russian Inert Unfired T34 Tank 76.2mm (76.2 x 385R) Arrowhead APCR (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid) round. Sn. 12085:5 - 12085:5
This is an inert unfired Russian 76.2mm (76.2 x 385R) Arrowhead APCR (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid) round used in WW2 in early T 34/76 tanks. The round was also used in the following Russian guns; the 76mm divisional field gun M1942 (ZiS3), 76mm mountain gun GP (M1966), D-56T tank gun (PT-76 light amphibious tank), NORINCO 76mm field gun type 54. This was a successful projectile used in the anti-tank role first used in WW2. This type of construction, APCR (Armour Piercing Composite Rigid) was a tungsten core in a waisted steel projectile with a pressed steel ballistic cap on top of the projectile. This unfired round consists of a copper driving banded steel projectile with a pressed steel ballistic cap on top, retaining much of its original green paint. The projectile is stamped 3 EB 99 7694 . The brass cartridge case retains most of its original black stenciling Hk 76 K-42 Vo=465m/v Dg dp 0,8/3-10,5- nma29/44-H/60+Sn Pb . The cartridge case is headstamped 8 E4(rampant lion)50 agm 1950 76mm Kvz 42S . The brass primer is stamped NZ 46S EVR 36/48 -fut- (rampant lion) . The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. Sn. 12085:5 675
675.00

Inert Imperial 1905 dated Russian Naval 15cm (15x1095) Obukhoff Gun Cartridge Case. Sn 12085:4 - 12085:4
This is a huge and impressive inert 1905 dated Imperial Russian Naval 15cm cartridge case (15x1095) used on Russian warships at the turn of the century. The gun would have been loaded with a separate projectile as was common in naval practice for larger guns of that period. This huge brass cartridge case is 1095mm long and is nicely headstamped A. N. 3. 17II 412 1905 between an anchor together with other symbols. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. Sn. 12085:4
495.00
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