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DEACTIVATED INERT. Rare .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 1 1939 Dated Inspection Anti-Tank Rifle Round. O 1340 - O 1340
DEACTIVATED INERT. This round was developed by a Captain H C Boys, a designer at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield resulting in the .55 Boys anti-tank rifle being adopted in 1937. Although the round was adequate against light tanks in the early part of the war, the Boys was ineffective against heavier armour and was phased out in favour of the PIAT mid-war. The Boys anti-tank rifle was a bolt action rifle fed from a five-shot magazine, loaded by means of a 5 round stripper clip. The rifle was large, heavy round and is headstamped R crowfoot L 39 UI (Royal Laboratories 1939 with a bipod at the front and a separate grip below the padded butt. This is a mark 2 inspection, mark 1 inspection) on the nickel plated brass cartridge case. The Nickel cased bullet is held by 3 stab crimps at the case mouth. No licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1340 75
75.00

DEACTIVATED INERT .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 1 1939 Dated Armour Piercing Anti-Tank Rifle Round Converted To A Drill Round. ( 1 X AVAILABLE) O 1324 - O 1324
This round was developed by a Captain H C Boys, a designer at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield resulting in the .55 Boys anti-tank rifle being adopted in 1937. Although the round was adequate against light tanks in the early part of the war, the Boys was ineffective against heavier armour and was phased out in favour of the PIAT mid-war. The Boys anti-tank rifle was a bolt action rifle fed from a five-shot magazine, loaded by means of a 5 round stripper clip. The rifle was large, heavy with a bipod at the front and a separate grip below the padded butt. This is a mark 2 armour piercing round and is headstamped K 39 W1 (Kynoch 1939, mark 1 armour piercing) on the brass cartridge case. The primer has been removed from an unfired cartridge case and the bullet has been soldered into the cartridge case. The Nickel cased bullet is held by 3 stab crimps at the case mouth. The cases have an unfired berdan primer annulus. No licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price is for each round. The price includes UK delivery. O 1324
35.00

SOLD SOLD DEACTIVATED INERT .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 2 1942 Dated Armour Piercing Anti-Tank Rifle Round. ( 1X AVAILABLE) O 1323 - O 1323
This round was developed by a Captain H C Boys, a designer at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield resulting in the .55 Boys anti-tank rifle being adopted in 1937. Although the round was adequate against light tanks in the early part of the war, the Boys was ineffective against heavier armour and was phased out in favour of the PIAT mid-war. The Boys anti-tank rifle was a bolt action rifle fed from a five-shot magazine, loaded by means of a 5 round stripper clip. The rifle was large, heavy with a bipod at the front and a separate grip below the padded butt. This is a mark 2 armour piercing round and is headstamped RG 42 WII (Radway Green 1942, mark 2 armour piercing) on the brass cartridge case. The Nickel cased bullet is held by 3 stab crimps at the case mouth. The brass primer has a green primer annulus signifying armour piercing. The armour piercing bullets have had a cut across the base of the bullet casing and the hardened steel core to destabilise them if ever they were fired so they are collectable without a licence. This deactivation cannot be seen when the bulleted round is displayed. No licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price is for each round. The price includes UK delivery. O 1323
0.00

SOLD SOLD )09/04) DEACTIVATED INERT Rare .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 1 1940 Dated Inspection Anti-Tank Rifle Round. O 1322 - O 1322
This round was developed by a Captain H C Boys, a designer at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield resulting in the .55 Boys anti-tank rifle being adopted in 1937. Although the round was adequate against light tanks in the early part of the war, the Boys was ineffective against heavier armour and was phased out in favour of the PIAT mid-war. The Boys anti-tank rifle was a bolt action rifle fed from a five-shot magazine, loaded by means of a 5 round stripper clip. The rifle was large, heavy with a bipod at the front and a separate grip below the padded butt. This is a mark 2 inspection round and is headstamped R crowfoot L 40 UI (Royal Laboratories 1940, mark 1 inspection) on the nickel plated brass cartridge case. The Nickel cased bullet is held by 3 stab crimps at the case mouth. This rare round has some damage to the bullet jacket and case mouth caused by using it in a Boys anti-tank gun and it jamming in the action as per photograph. No licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1322
0.00

DEACTIVATED INERT .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 2 1939 Dated Practice Anti-Tank Rifle Round. Sn O 1321 - O 1321
This round was developed by a Captain H C Boys, a designer at the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield resulting in the .55 Boys anti-tank rifle being adopted in 1937. Although the round was adequate against light tanks in the early part of the war, the Boys was ineffective against heavier armour and was phased out in favour of the PIAT mid-war. The Boys anti-tank rifle was a bolt action rifle fed from a five-shot magazine, loaded by means of a 5 round stripper clip. The rifle was large, heavy with a bipod at the front and a separate grip below the padded butt. This is a mark 2 practice round and is headstamped K 39 PII (Kynoch 1939, Practice mark 2 armour piercing) on the brass cartridge case. The Nickel cased bullet is held by 3 stab crimps at the case mouth. The brass primer has a purple annulus for a ball round. No licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price is for each round. The price includes UK delivery. O 1321
35.00

DEACTIVATED INERT WW2 1942 Dated German 15 mm MK151/15 (15x96) APT (Armour Piercing Tracer) Cannon Round O 1314 - O 1314
DEACTIVATED INERT This a WW2 (1942 dated) German 15mm MK 151/20 (15x96) APT (Armour Piercing Tracer) aircraft cannon round fitted to various German aircraft during WW2. The lacquered steel cartridge case is percussion primed and retains about 60% its original finish. The headstamp is edq (Munitionsfabriken AG, Luebeck-Schlutup) 36a 42 Waffenampt 66 . The armour piercing tracer projectile has a copper driving band and retains some of its original black finish. The projectile is stamped edq (Munitionsfabriken AG, Luebeck-Schlutup) ) 8? 42 waffenampt 161. Both projectile and cartridge case have no cracks in the necks. Price includes UK delivery. O 1314
145.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. WW2 INERT Early Experimental German 1940 Dated 20 mm MK151/20 (20x82) Practice Meinengeschloss (M geschloss) Cannon Round O 1292 - O 1292
INERT DEACTIVATED. This an early (1940 dated) experimental German 20mm MK 151/20 (20x82) Meinengeschloss (M geschloss) practice aircraft cannon round fitted to various German aircraft during WW2, including the Me109, FW190,various night fighters and bomber aircraft. Production of the MG 151 in its original 15 mm caliber format began in 1940. After combat evaluation of the 15 mm cartridge as the main armament of early Messerschmitt Bf 109F-2 fighters, the cannon was redesigned as the 20 mm MG 151/20 in 1941 to fire a 20 mm cartridge. This early experimental practice round has a 1940 headstamp on its steel percussion primed cartridge case. The brass primer is held in with three stab crimps and has a black primer annulus. The headstamp is eey (Metallwarenfabrik Treuenbrietzen GmbH, Roederhof plant) 7a 40 (1940 date) waffenampt. The projectile is held in the cartridge case by four stab crimps and has a copper driving banded high capacity Meinengeschloss (M geschloss) with a steel dummy fuse. There are three stab crimps at the top of the projectile to hold the fuse threaded collar in place. The Both projectile and cartridge case have no cracks in the necks. No licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Price includes UK delivery. O 1292
175.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired Rare Finish WW2 (1941 Dated) 2cm (20x138B) AP/T (Armour Piercing /Tracer) Round For The Finish20mm Lahti Mod.39 Anti-tank Rifle. O 1285 - O 1285
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare Finish WW2 (1941 dated) 2cm (20x2138B) AP/T (Armour Piercing /Tracer) round for the Finish20mm Lahti Mod.39 anti-tank rifle. The brass cased round is headstamped, 20/40 T. (Tikkakoski arsenal) E5 41 (1941 date). The unfired armour piercing tracer projectile has a single copper driving band and retains most of its original blue painted finish. There is a 3mm wide painted band above the copper driving band designating a tracer round. . No licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Price includes UK delivery. O 1285
375.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. German WW2, 1944 Dated 30 mm MK108 (30x90RB) HEI (High Explosive Incendiary) (M geschloss) (Streamlined Projectile) Aircraft Cannon Round Sn O 1277 - O 1277
This is a 1944 Dated German 30mm MK 108 (30x90RB) HEI (High Explosive Incendiary) (M geschloss) (Streamlined Projectile) aircraft cannon round fitted to various German aircraft during WW2, including the Me262, Me163, and the Me109. This round retains most of its original finish. The steel cartridge case retains much of its original brown coloured lacquer and has an electric primer. The headstamp is aux 768 44 1944 date) . The high explosive incendiary streamlined projectile is a steel high capacity Meinengeschloss (M geschloss) type with a copper driving band and retains most of its light green (high explosive) and darker green ring (incendiary). The projectile is stamped above the driving band ash 58 44 waffenampt . The ZZ1589A alloy nose fuse which is stamped ZZ1589A rcr 2 44 waffenampt 76. The projectile has a stress crack below the nose fuse. 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. O 1277
245.00

DEACTIVATED INERT WW2 (1942 dated) German 15 mm MK151/15 (15x96) HEIT (High Explosive Incendiary Trace) Cannon Round O 1276 - O 1276
DEACTIVATED INERT This a WW2 (1942 dated) German 15mm MK 151/15 (15x96) HEIT (high explosive incendiary trace aircraft cannon round fitted to various German aircraft during WW2, including the Me109, FW190, various night fighters and bomber aircraft. The lacquered steel cartridge case is percussion primed and retains much original finish. The headstamp is OXO (Teuto-Metallwerke GmbH, Osnabrueck) 42(1942) VII 321 waffenampt. The copper driving banded high explosive projectile is Stamped edg (J.A. Henckels, Zwillingswerke, Solingen) 85 42 (1942 date) waffenampt 56 . The projectile retains 80 90% of its original yellow finish, green incendiary nose band and red tracer band. The projectile has traces of its original black stencilling 86b 42 waffenampt edqThe lacquered steel nose fuse is stamped AZ1552 awj (The Yale u. Towne Manufacturing u. Company, Velbert ) 173 42 (1942 date) . Both projectile and cartridge case have no cracks in the necks. No licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. 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. O 1276
145.00
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