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Inert Unfired WW2 Original German 15 Round Service Pack Of 7.92x57 Ball ammunition. Sn O 1025 - O 1025
This is an inert 1940 dated original service pack (15 rounds) of German WW2 7.92x57 Ball ammunition. This box contains 15 rounds of steel cased German standard s.S. (schweres Spitzgeschoß (heavy pointed or spitzer bullet)) ammunition and are headstamped P25 ( Metallwarenfabrik Treuenbritzen GmbH, Werk Sebaldushof (hla) VIIIg1 73 40 (1940 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. SN. O 1025
£75.00

Scarce Inert WW1 Armour Piercing 13mm T–Gewehr Round For The Mauser Tankgewehr M1918, (13X92SR) anti-tank rifle. Sn. O 1010 - O 1010
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a scarce armour piercing round with an unusual headstamp and bullet profile for the WW1 Mauser T-gewehr M1918, usually abbreviated T-Gewehr that began mass production by Mauser at Oberndorf am Neckar in May 1918. This was the first ever produced specific anti-tank rifle made. The rifle was made due to the 7.92 mm K bullet no longer being effective against the British tanks introduced to the battlefield in 1916. The armour piercing hardened steel cored 13.2 x 92mm (.525-inch) semi-rimmed cartridge is normally called the 13mm T–Gewehr (Tank-Gewehr). These examples are headstamped P over M (Polte, Werke Magdeburg). P 7 18 (July 1918) , P 8 18 (August 1918) ( 2 off), The bullet is unusual in that the centre of bullet casing is waisted for 7mm below where the bullet is crimped in the case with a diameter of 13.00 mm. The armour piercing bullet will be 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 includes UK delivery. O 1010
£120.00

***SOLD***SOLD*** Inert Unfired WW2 Original German Service Pack Of 9mm (9X19) Parabellum ammunition. Sn O 1008 - O 1008
This is an inert 1943 dated original service pack (16 rounds) of German WW2 9mm (9X19) Parabellum ammunition issued for 9mm pistols during WW2. This box contains 13 rounds of steel cased ammunition and are headstamped ch (Fabrique Nationale D'Armes de Guerre (FN), Herstal, Belgium, Under German occupation and management by Deutsche Waffen-u. Munitionsfabriken A.-G.) and dated 1943. 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. SN. O 1008
£0.00

WW2 1939-1941 Inert Webley .455 Auto Pistol 7 Round Service Packs [ 7 Packs Available] Sn 11733 - 11733
These are original 1940 dated British service packs of 7 x inert .455 rounds for the large frame Webley .455 semi-automatic pistol. The rounds have brass cases with head stamps ranging from 1939, 1940 and 1941. The service packs contain a magazine load of 7 rounds. The packs retain their original labels. These are scarce packs of inert ammunition. The price is per service pack and includes UK delivery. Sn 11733
£65.00

Original Inert 1892 Dated Swiss Service Pack of 10 x 10.4x38R RF Rifle Rounds. Sn. O 980 - O 980
This is a 1892, pack of inert Swiss issue military rifle rounds for the Swiss 10.4x38R . Vetteri and Milbank Amsler service rifles. This is a rare and original pack of cartridges dated 6.5.92 (1892). No licence is required to possess as part of a collection or display. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. O 980
£225.00

Original Inert Swiss Service Pack Of 20, 7.5 x 23R Pistol Rounds. O 978 - O 978
This is an Inert Swiss 7.5 x 23R center-fire revolver cartridge service pack containing 20 inert rounds. The rounds consist of a brass cartridge case and primer with a copper jacketed bullet for use in the Swiss Army revolvers, models 1882 and 1882/1929 revolvers. The rounds were packaged on 10.7.1907. 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. Sn. O 978
£175.00

British inert 1924 dated .455 Webley and Enfield Mark VI Revolvers 6 round service pack. O 977 - O 977
An original 1924 dated (packed 16.4.1924) military service pack of 6 x inert .455” cartridges for the, Webley & Enfield Mk VI military revolvers. Loaded with a lead bullet. they bear the headstamp R L ll (Royal Laboratories Mark 2). This is an original and complete pack in excellent condition. 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. Sn. O 977
£125.00

Inert Unfired Boxes Of 7.62x54R Drill Rounds Of Ammunition In Original Boxes. Sn 11060:59 - 11061:59
Original boxes containing 15 drill rounds of 7.62x54R ammunition for the Mosin Nagant rifles and Maxim machine guns. The rounds are contained in their original green cardboard boxes and the rounds are dated 1948 to 1950. These rounds have four case indentations below the case shoulder and have an empty primer pocket. Price includes UK delivery. 16 boxes available. Sn 11061:59
£45.00

The American Cartridge By Charles R.Suydam. Sn BO 1037 - BO 1038
This book, long out of print, The American Cartridge By Charles R.Suydam covers the American rim fire cartridge from the .44 Henry to the .22 Winchester Magnum. This hard book backed with its dust wrapper has more than 425 cartridges photographed at full size and deals with the shell, the fulminate, the powder charge and the bullet. The book includes experimental rounds, manufacturers, headstamps and boxes. This book published in 1960 is the revised edition. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. BO 1037
£95.00

The Boxer Cartridge In The British Service By B.A.Temple. Sn BO 1037 - BO 1037
This book, long out of print, The Boxer Cartridge In The British Service By B.A.Temple, covers the development of the Boxer Cartridge in British Service from the Daws Patent cartridge of 1867 to the various Boxer cartridges, including the Snider, Martini Henry, .45 Long Chamber Martini Henry, .577, .422 R.I.C., .455 Adams pistol cartridges, Vary, Signal cartridges and others until solid drawn brass cartridges were adopted. This hard book backed with its dust wrapper is protected with a plastic outer sleeve, describes in the ammunition, bullets, cartridge cases and packing in much detail. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. BO 1037
£145.00
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