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DEACTIVATED INERT. Rare WW2 .55 Boys (14x99B) Mark 1 Drill Anti-Tank Rifle Round. O 1506 - O 1506
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 1506
£125.00

WW2 1944 Dated 400 Round Empty Wooden Ammunition Box Originally Containing 400 Rounds Of 12 Bore No. 6 Shot Shotgun Cartridges For Wartime RAF Air Gunnery Training. O 1487 - O 1487
Rare WW2 1944 dated 12 bore, No. 6 shot ammunition empty wooden boxes originally containing 400 rounds. This is an empty wooden ammunition box used for holding 400 12 bore cartridges for issue to 12 bore shotguns. The probable issue was to RAF Air Gunners for clay pigeon training to keep their eye in for air to air shooting against enemy aircraft. The clay pigeons helping the shooter to use lead in shooting. There are various labels and stencils on the box as to the contents and one is dated 26.4.44 (26th April 1944). The labels and stencils are shown in the photographs. The box has a RAF blue diagonal stripe on boths end of the box and is complete with the closure pin for keeping the lid secure. The box has two rope handles at each end of the box, one of which is snapped. These boxes were made disposable, i.e. making fires for keeping warm or cooking, making sand reinforced positions or just for sitting on. The survival rate of these boxes is very small. The price includes U.K. delivery. O 1487
£275.00

British Original Kynoch 50 Round Box Containing 18 Unfired .45” Colt Automatic Pistol Blank Cartridges. Sn 16626:2 - 16626:2
This is an original Kynoch 50 round box of 45” Colt automatic pistol blank cartridges containing 18 blank rounds. The rounds were made for film and theatrical use and were used in Colt 45 pistols and Thompson sub machine guns. The rounds could give semi-automatic and full automatic fire if used in converted guns on the film sets. The rounds are headstamped K (Kynoch) 66 (1966 date) L5A3 (the casings were made from Kynoch 7.62 tracer round cartridge cases). The nose of each rounds has a rose crimp consisting of 4 petals, the start of the petals used for head spacing the blank cartridge for firing. The cartridge primer is made of brass. The back of the box is stencilled in black K12 / 68(1968 manufacture date). The box has some damage to the top caused by opening with a knife and one end closure is missing. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the U.K. if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 16626:2
£40.00

British Original Kynoch Box of 50 Unfired .45” Colt Automatic Pistol Blank Cartridges. Sn 16626:1 - 16626:1
This is an original Kynoch 50 round box of 45” Colt automatic pistol blank cartridges. The rounds were made for film and theatrical use and were used in Colt 45 pistols and Thompson sub machine guns. The rounds could give semi-automatic and full automatic fire if used in converted guns on the film sets. The rounds are headstamped K (Kynoch) 66 (1966 date) L5A3 (the casings were made from Kynoch 7.62 tracer round cartridge cases). The nose of each rounds has a rose crimp consisting of 4 petals, the start of the petals used for head spacing the blank cartridge for firing. The cartridge primer is made of brass. The back of the box is stencilled in black K12 / 68(1968 manufacture date). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the U.K. if retained as part of a collection or display. There are 2 boxes available. Sn 16626:1
£100.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British Eley No 1 500/450 x 2 ¾ inch Black Powder Express And No 2 577/500 x 2 7/8 inch Black Powder Express Rounds. O 1462 - O 1462
INERT DEACTIVATED. These are rounds for Victorian double and single barrel game rifles. The No1 500/450 x 2 ¾ inch black powder express cartridges are headstamped ELEY No 2 EXPs and have a brass cartridge case with a small copper primer. The rounds have solid or hollow lead bullets. This round was developed by Wesley Richards in the late 1870s and was used for dear stalking. The No 2 577/500 x 2 7/8 inch Black Powder Express round has a brass cartridge case and is headstamped Eley No 2 EXP. The round has a solid lead bullet with a copper tip and was made by necking down the 577 x 2 ¾ inch cartridge down to .500 inches The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. THISE ROUNDS ARE PRICED AT £65 PER ROUND. O 1462 (NB Rounds 1 & 2 (L-R) have SOLD)
£65.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British Big Game .400 Calibre Rounds For Double And Single Rifles. .450/400 NITRO EXPRESS x 3 ¼ inch, 450/400 Black Powder Express x 2 3/8 inch, 400 Purdey x 3 inch Rounds. O 1461 - O 1461
INERT DEACTIVATED. These are British big game rounds in .400 inch calibre. They are; a brass cased 450/400 Nitro Express round introduced in 1899 and firing a 400 grain bullet. This round is headstamped ELEY 450/400 NITRO and has a rounded copper primer. The bullet is a nickel jacketed with a lead tip. 450/400 Black Powder Express x 2 3/8 inch. Two brass cased 450/400 Black Powder Express x 2 3/8 inch rounds that are headstamped ELEY 450/400 with paper patched lead bullets with a copper tip. The last is a 400 x 3 inch Purdey with a straight brass case that is headstamped KYNOCH 400.P. and has a solid lead bullet. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. THISE ROUNDS ARE PRICED AT £65 PER ROUND. O 1461
£65.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Scarce Polish Unfired WW2 Original 1939 Dated, 15 Round Service Pack Of 7.92x57 Ball Ammunition In Stripper Clips. O 1454 - O 1454
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an very scarce 1939 dated original service pack (15 rounds) of Polish WW2 7.92x57. This box contains 15 rounds of brass cased Polish ball rounds that are headstamped 67 / N / 37 / 67 . The primers are made of brass with a black primer annulus. The buff cardboard packet has two pieces of thick brown pater separating the clips of ammunition. The front of the packet bears the Polish eagle with various markings on it including Vii 1939 (July 1939 date). 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 1454
£120.00

INERT DEACTIVATED, MINT, Swedish Norma Factory Cartridge & Bullet Head Display Board. Sn 16243 - 16243
INERT DEACTIVATED. The Norma Factory was founded in 1902 by the Enger brothers from Oslo, Norway, who had founded Norma Projektilfabrik A/S a few years earlier. The Swedish shooting movement needed a supplier in Sweden, and a request was made for Norma Projektilfabrik A/S to set up in Sweden. From the very beginning, and until halfway through the 20th century, the company’s business was dominated by the production of military ammunition and ammunition for rifles, but the range of hunting equipment gradually became more and more interesting. This is a near mint, Norma Factory display board with 40 brass cases brass cases and 50 heads from .22 calibre to .44 magnum calibre displayed around a central colourful image of a Moose head above the Company name ‘Norma’. The cartridge display board is made from moulded plastic which measures 53cm square. It has a thin clear plastic cover which is printed with the cartridge and bullet head details in black. The board retains all of the display cartridges and bullet heads, all items are secure and inert. The rear has a hard board back slotted for wall hanging. The rear has a small label describing the board’s contents (illustrated in image 3). This is a great display item. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16243
£295.00

WW2 1944 Dated .303 Mark VII 1248 Round Empty Wooden Ammunition Box. O 1381 - O 1381
Rare WW2 1944 dated .303 mark VII ammunition empty wooden boxes originally containing 1248 rounds. These are empty .303 service mark VII wooden ammunition boxes used for holding rounds for issue. These boxes were made disposable, i.e. making fires for keeping warm or cooking, making sand reinforced positions or just for sitting on. The survival rate of these boxes is very small. There are three almost identical boxes available for sale. The boxes are priced per box. The price includes U.K. delivery. O 1381
£145.00

Original Rare November 1938 Dated Empty Wooden Ammunition Box With Metal Liner Originally containing 240 Rounds Of .455 Revolver Ammunition. O 1372 - O 1372
This is an original and rare November 1938 dated empty wooden ammunition box, originally containing 240 rounds of .455 revolver ammunition. The wooden box retains most of its original green paint. The box is complete with its original tinplate liner and has 6 original paper labels on it showing the contents of the box. The box is also stenciled in yellow K25 . 11.38 on the end with the rope carrying handle . The base of the box is stamped H 9 III. The box has its original closing pin and string which when pulled out allows the lid to slide forward and detach. . All metal fittings on the box are non -ferrous and are made of copper and brass including the split pin. The price includes UK delivery. O 1372 £275
£275.00
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