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DEACTIVATED INERT. Scarce Unfired WW2 Japanese Navy Type 96 (25 x 163) High Explosive Anti-Aircraft Gun Round. O 1361 - O 1361
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a scarce unfired WW2 Japanese Type 96 (25 x 163) high explosive anti-aircraft gun round that was the standard Japanese medium anti-aircraft gun used in the Japanese navy and army in WW2. The gun was a French Hotchkiss design adopted by the Japanese and was used in single, twin and triple mounts with a 15 round box magazine. This round has a brass cartridge and the headstamp consists of a Japanese character and an anchor together with E S 2 over 18 . The brass primer has an anchor stamped on it. The projectile has two copper driving bands and retains much of its original red/orange paint. The projectile is fitted with a brass impact nose fuse which is stamped 7AOB and a circular monogram that looks like CE within two circles. The tip of the fuse has five small holes manufactured in it in the shape of a cross. 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 1361
395.00

DEACTIVATED INERT .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 2 1942 Dated Armour Piercing Anti-Tank Rifle Round. O 1357 - O 1357
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 K4 42 WII (Kynoch, I.C.I., Yeading 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 this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price is for each round. The price includes UK delivery. Rounds are priced individually and there are two rounds available. O 1357
35.00

DEACTIVATED INERT .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 1 1939/40 Dated Armour Piercing Anti-Tank Rifle Round. O 1356 - O 1356
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 and K49 WI (Kynoch 1939 and 40, mark 1 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 this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price is for each round. The price includes UK delivery. Rounds are priced individually and there are two rounds available. O 1356
35.00

DEACTIVATED INERT .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 2 1940 Dated Practice Anti-Tank Rifle Round. O 1355 - O 1355
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 40 PII (Kynoch 1940, mark 2 practice) 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 primer annulus signifying practice. No licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price is for each round. The price includes UK delivery. O 1355
45.00

SOLD SOLD (16/08) DEACTIVATED INERT. Rare WW2 .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 1 Drill Anti-Tank Rifle Round. O 1354 - O 1354
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 nickel plated brass cartridge cased round and is headstamped R broad arrow L D.1 (Royal Laboratories Drill, mark 1). The cartridge case has three 30mm red painted flutes in the sides of the cartridge case and a red painted blind primer annulus designating a practice round. The bullet is held by 3 stab crimps at the case mouth. No licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1354
0.00

SOLD SOLD (16/08) DEACTIVATED INERT. Rare .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 1 1941 Dated Inspection Anti-Tank Rifle Round. O 1353 - O 1353
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 nickel plated brass cartridge cased round and is headstamped K41 UI (Kynoch 41 Inspection mark 1). The bullet is held by 3 stab crimps at the case mouth which has a slight case neck split due to usage . No licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. O 1353
0.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Unfired British L14A1 30mm Rarden (30 x 170) APDS/T (Armour Piercing Discarding Sabot/Trace) Cannon Round For The Warrior, Scimitar And Fox Armoured Vehicles. O 1346 - O 1346
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an unfired British 30mm Rarden (30 x 170) APDS/T (Armour Piercing Discarding Sabot/Trace) round for the 30 mm Rarden cannon fitted to the Warrior, Scimitar and Fox armoured vehicles in the British army. The round was developed in the 1970s from the WW2 Hispano-Suiza 831L aircraft cannon round and shares the same cartridge case dimensions by Royal Armament, Research and Development Establishment and Enfield. The round was issued in three round steel clips with a handle at the bottom for loading. This round has a brass cartridge case headstamped 30mmAFV 308 83 (1983 date) RG (Radway Green). The primer is stamped 245 L17A2 CY (Chorley) 06/84 (June 1984). The projectile consists of a screwed alloy base with a black nylon driving base. The sabot is made of black plastic with four splits to help in discarding itself from the sharply pointed tungsten penetrator which has a tracer cavity in its base. No licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. The price includes U.K. delivery. The price is per round. O 1346 275
275.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British L1A1 30mm Rarden (30 x 170) Cannon Round For The Warrior, Scimitar And Fox Armoured Vehicles. O 1345 - O 1345
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a British 30mm Rarden (30 x 170) Drill round for the 30 mm Rarden cannon fitted to the Warrior, Scimitar and Fox armoured vehicles in the British army. The round was developed in the 1970s from the WW2 Hispano-Suiza 831L aircraft cannon round and shares the same cartridge case dimensions by Royal Armament, Research and Development Establishment and Enfield. The round was issued in three round steel clips with a handle at the bottom for loading. This round is made of solid steel and is chrome plated for a durable service finish and has a red rubber primer protector. There are two rounds available. They are both headstamped 30 MM AFV L1A1 DRILL. One round is headstamped RG 74 (Radway Green 1794) and the other is headstamped FHS 86 (? 1986). No licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or displays. The price includes U.K. delivery. The price is per round. O 1345
145.00

Rare, WW2, 1944 Dated 2cm Flak (20x138B) 100 Round Tin Lined Ammunition Box For ammunition in cardboard tubes. O 1343 - O 1343
This is a rare WW2, 1944 dated tin lined wooden ammunition box to contain 100 rounds of 20mm (20x138B) ammunition for the Flak 38 anti-aircraft gun. The rounds were originally contained in disposable cardboard tubes, one of which is illustrated. The substantial lid to the wooden box has two metal hinges and two locking closure clasps. The ends of the box have two recessed metal folding carrying handles fitted. The box measuring 67 x 26 x 21 cm in size and retains much of its original green painted finish and its original waterproof tin liner which has traces of solder on it used to retain the tear off lid. The box has metal screwed on reinforced corners to all of the corners. The front of the box has the remains of two paper labels, one stuck on top of the other which would have been done when the box of ammunition was re issued. Both ends of the box are stencilled in large letters 2 cm. There are two paper labels inside the lid box. The first refers to 100 rounds of 2cm Sprenggranat-Patron (high explosive) ammunition and the other label refers to the fuse (A.Z.1502) and the tracer. This label is dated 24 Jan 1944. The lid is also stencilled Gepruft Abn, (checked) and handwritten in ink 75 Schuos gezahlt any 4.4.44.. (75 shot (rounds) paid (received?)). The 20mm Soluthern round in its cardboard is for display purposes only is available separately on our website. The price includes U.K. delivery. O 1343
295.00

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
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