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DEACTIVATED INERT. Rare Boys .55 (14x99B) Mark 1 1939 Dated Inspection Anti-Tank Rifle Round. - O 1708
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 crowfoot L 39 UI (Royal Laboratories, Dated 1939. Inspection round mark 1). 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 1708
125.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British WW2, 1941 Dated Hispano-Suiza (20x110) HS 404 Aircraft Cannon Part Draw Set. - O 1699
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a part brass draw set in for the British 20mm Hispano-Suiza (20x110) HS 404 aircraft cannon which first entered service in 1941. The gun was fitted to a variety of British aircraft including the Supermarine Spitfire, Hawker Hurricane, Westland Whirlwind and Bristol Beaufighter and Hawker Typhoon as standard equipment or an upgrade of the Browning .303 machine gun. This part draw set (extrusions) consists of 4 various brass stampings, the shorter having the thickest walls and is part of the extrusion set to make the 20mm Hispano gun (20x110) cartridge case. The shortest and thickest extrusion is about 18mm high with a diameter of 39mm. the tallest is approximately 93 mm high with a diameter of 26mm. Each stamping of the initial extrusion makes the wall and bottom of the extrusion thinner until the finished cartridge case is produced. The base of each extrusion is domed outwards. After each stamping, the case is heat treated for fatigue. There are 4 stampings together with a finished unfired cartridge case which is headstamped H (Halls Telephone Company) 20MM 1941 which was the first year of production. The price includes U.K. delivery and no licence is required to possess this draw set in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1699
125.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare, Unfired 1942 Dated German WW2 2.8cm Schwere Panzerbuchse 41 (28x187R) Squeezebore Armour Piercing (AP) Round. - O 1689
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an ultra rare WW2 German 1942 dated 2.8cm Schwere Panzerbuchse 41 (28x187R) squeeze bore armour piercing (AP) round, Although this gun was called an anti-tank rifle, it was in fact a small piece of wheeled artillery intended for use by the German Fallschirmajeger (parachutists). The gun had a tapered bore on the Gerlich principal. The projectile carried two external flanges, as it proceeded toward the muzzle, the flanges were squeezed down, decreasing the diameter with the result that pressure did not drop off as quickly and the projectile was propelled to a higher velocity, the compressed air between the front and rear driving bands being vented by the 5 small holes in the front driving band. The guns bore tapered from 28mm at the breech to an exit diameter of 20mm. The original diameter of the 28mm projectile consisted of a flanged skirt with air bleed holes on the front steel driving band and a collapsible rear driving band. This round consists of a bottlenecked rimmed case which is headstamped avu 4e 2,8cm Ptrh.PzB 42 (1942 date) WaA73. The cartridge case is fitted with a steel percussion screw in percussion primer. The steel squeeze bore projectile is fitted with a tungsten core and has 5 small air venting holes in the front collapsible driving band and is stamped round its circumference aux (Polte-Werk, Magdeburg) 2g41 WaA109. The nose of the projectile is fitted with an alloy ballistic cap. The production of this gun was discontinued in 1943 due to the shortage of tungsten for the armour piercing projectile. See Hogg, German artillery of WW2 pages 187 to 4189. The price for this rare round 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. O 1689
475.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare, Unfired 1942 Dated German WW2 2.8cm Schwere Panzerbuchse 41 (28x187R) Squeezebore High Explosive (HE) Round. - O 1688
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an ultra rare WW2 German 1942 dated 2.8cm Schwere Panzerbuchse 41 (28x187R) squeeze bore High Explosive (HE) round, Although this gun was called an anti-tank rifle, it was in fact a small piece of wheeled artillery intended for use by the German Fallschirmajeger (parachutists). The gun had a tapered bore on the Gerlich principal. The projectile carried two external flanges, as it proceeded toward the muzzle, the flanges were squeezed down, decreasing the diameter with the result that pressure did not drop off as quickly and the projectile was propelled to a higher velocity, the compressed air between the front and rear driving bands being vented by the 5 small holes in the front driving band. The guns bore tapered from 28mm at the breech to an exit diameter of 20mm. The original diameter of the 28mm projectile consisted of a flanged skirt with air bleed holes on the front steel driving band and a collapsible rear driving band. This round consists of a bottlenecked rimmed case which is headstamped 3d vu 42 (1942 date) WaA73. The steel percussion screw in primer is stamped c713nASt 6 buu 40 (1940 date). The steel squeeze bore projectile has 5 small air venting holes in the front collapsible driving band and is stamped round its circumference aux 1c WaA109 42 (1942 date). The projectile is fitted with an alloy nose fuse which is stamped 2cmKpf Z45 dom (Westfaelische Metall-Industrie , Lippstadt) 42 (1942 date) 202 WaA269. See Hogg, German artillery of WW2 pages 187 to 4189. The price for this rare round 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. O 1688
575.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Mint, British Radway Green Factory Dummy 30mm Aden (30x110B) Target Practice (TP) Round. - O 1677
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a near mint British Radway Green made factory dummy 30mm Aden (30x110B) aircraft target practice (TP) round. The German Mauser company was developing the Mk 213 aircraft revolving canon near the end of the WW2. The MK213 was developed was developed in 2 calibres , one in 30mm utilising the 30 x 85R cartridge in 20mm utilising the 20 x 135. After WW2, the gun was developed by the British and calling it the ADEN (Armament development, Enfield) cannon which as a 30mm weapon. Two rounds were developed, both with the same overall length, one similar to the German 30mm round designated the 30x86B, common referred to as the ADEN low velocity round with a bigger projectile. The other one was the one which was adopter being the ADEN high velocity with a 30x110B cartridge case. Both cases were belted. The round was fitted to various aircraft including the Hawker Hunter, English Electric Lightning and the Harrier. This is a British ADEN high velocity target practice round with a brass cartridge case which is headstamped in the belt.J.30MM. RG.78 (Radway Green manufactured in 1978). The steel projectile has a copper driving band and retains most of its original light blue painted finish. The projectile is stencilled in black round its circumference 30 MM INERT FILL. The price includes U.K. delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1677
125.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Original WW2 American Pineapple Mk 2 High Explosive Hand Grenade. - O 1666
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an original WW2 American Pineapple Mk 2 high explosive hand grenade first adopted in 1918 and used throughout the Second World War. This example has a segmented cast iron body and retains its original olive green repaint and has cast into in in a lozenge the letter L. The grenade is fitted with a M10A2 fuse which is stamped FUZE M10A2 F.L.I. LOT 36-23144-46. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1666
275.00

30mm American Experimental (37x126B) T239 Series, Long Wecom Target Practice Round. Sn - 19530:11
This is an American long WECOM (37x126B) target practice round developed from the T230 Series of guns by Hughes Helicopters for use in attack helicopters. This culminating in the Apache and Cobra attack helicopters firing the 30x113B round from the Hughes chain gun. The WECOM guns were part of the development series which included various cartridge case lengths including 100mm, 113mm and 126mm. This round is known as the WECOM long and was part of the experimental series of rounds and was not adopted. The brass cartridge case is electric primed and bears no headstamp. The projectile retains most of its original black painted finish and is stencilled in white 30MM TP T239 (the T239 series of rounds as opposed to the current T230 round) KOP-5-16. The copper driving band is stamped round its circumference *HVM-15-14 55 30MM T328*. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to retain this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 19530:11
275.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare American WW2, 1942 Dated 37mm (37x145R) Practice Tracer Round For The Browning M4Autocannon Fitted To The Bell P39 Aircobra and P69 Kingcobra Aircraft. - 19530:8
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare 37mm (37x145R) practice tracer round for the Browning M4 autocannon designed by the Browning Arms Company and built by Colt Firearms. The gun was only fitted to two American World War 2 aircraft, the Bell P39 Aircobra and the larger P69 Kingcobra Aircraft which were both mid engined aircraft with the engine mounted behind the pilot. The 37mm autocannon fired through the propeller boss. The aircraft was not particularly successful in British or American Air Forces and most were supplied to Russia where it was used with success in ground attack. The gun was fed by a 30 round endless belt. The brass cartridge is headstamped 37MM MARK IIIA2 C.B.&C Co 1942 (1942 date) LOT 22905-12. The brass primer is stamped M23A1 PA3-15535-151 1942 (1942 date). The steel projectile retains some of its original blue painted finish and has an unfired copper driving band that is stamped LOT 1 -22707-1-42-R.T.CO. -37MM M55A1and an ordnance stamp. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to retain this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 19530:8
285.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. American Drill Round For The American GAU-8 (30x173), 7 Barrelled Gatling Aircraft Gun. - 19530:7
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an American drill round for (30x173) GAU-8 7 barrelled Gatling aircraft gun fitted to the Republic A10 tank buster aircraft, produced from 1977 and is capable of firing 4,200 rounds per minute. The alloy cartridge case has an green lacquered finish and is stenciled in black along the cartridge case E RCITIE . the bottom of the cartridge case is engraved 822613361305. The gold lacquered steel projectile has a single white nylon driving band and appears to have a dummy alloy fuse in the same gold finish. the side of the projectile is stenciled in black EXC . The base of the cartridge case has a sunken Allen bolt used to secure the projectile to the cartridge case. No licence is required to retain this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. No licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display and the price includes UK delivery. Sn 19530:7
195.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. British 25mm Aden Mark 5 (25x137) Target Practice (TP) Round. - O 1625
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a mint British 25mm Aden Mark 5 (25x137) aircraft target practice (TP) round which was developed to replace the 30mm Aden canon used of the Harrier GR 5 aircraft. The new 25mm gun on paper outperformed the older 30mm cannon in weight, muzzle velocity and rate of fire. The rounds were link fed into the gun and it was developed in the 1990s. Due to severe development problems plaguing the ADEN 25, it was unable to meet its design weight target and had serious reliability issues. The project was finally cancelled in 1999. This is an excellent condition Aden 25mm target practice round which retains virtually all of its original green anodised finish to the steel cartridge case which is headstamped 007 BM (British Marco) 87, 1987 date). The brass screw in primer is stamped SF 082-87. The steel projectile has an iron driving band and retains most of its original light blue painted finish. The projectile is stencilled round its circumference TP BMO 12-88 (December 1988 date). The price includes U.K. delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1625
175.00
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