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*British Cold War Service Box of .380 Revolver MK2z Revolver Rounds. 19116. - 19116
In 1921 a new revolver was submitted to the Brittish army by Webley & Scott Ltd. This was a .380 calibre revolver. This gun was considered a valuable reduction in weight compared to the existing .455 Webley revolver. But the small arms committee had their doubts about the lack of stopping power of this new .380 Enfield round. Several tests were conducted over a longer period. It took until 1930 before the .380 enfield revolver was issued to the armed forces. It was used in the British Army from 1937, and also by the Singapore Police Department. The Cardboard boxes are dated ’28.3.52’. There are 15 boxes of 12 rounds inside the service box. The service box still retains its wire handle with original cuff. The box is dated ‘RL 28.8.52’ (Royal Labs 28th Aug 1952). *The price is £50 per box of 12 rounds* The service box is priced at £120. In good condition for its age, and a good collectors item. Price includes UK postage. 19116.
£50.00

An inert service pack of .380 Revolver Cartridges. O 1630. - O 1630
A number of .380 caliber revolver cartridges came out of Britain in the late 1900s & early 20 Century. This cartridge was the successor to the 380 Revolver Mark I. It was used in the British Army from 1937, and also by the Singapore Police Department. The .38 revolver was not completely replaced until 1963, and saw use in the Korean War, the Suez Crisis, Malayan Emergency and the Rhodesian Bush War. Many.380 revolvers were still circulating in British military service as late as 1970. The cardboard box dated ‘R.G 31.12.61F’’. 12 cartridges in a buff cardboard box with a buff label printed in green (denoting Safety Class 6 cartridge) 'I.S.A.A.' stands for Inspector of Small Arms ammunition. The box and contents are in good condition for their age. A good collectors item. Price includes UK postage. O 1630.
£45.00

**SOLD**27/1**Inert Service Pack of WWII British .380 Revolver Cartridges. O 1629. - O 1629
An inert service pack of WWII British .380 Revolver Cartridges. The 380 Revolver Mark II was among many .380 caliber revolver cartridges coming out of Britain in the late 1800s & early 1900's. This cartridge was the successor to the 380 Revolver Mark I. It was used in the British Army from 1937, and also by the Singapore Police Department. Manufactured by D.C.: Dominion Cartridge Company of Canada. Cardboard box dated ‘July 24th 1943’. In good condition for its age, and a good collectors item. Price includes UK postage. O 1629.
£0.00

Rare Packet of 12 Eley 14 Gauge 1 ¼ Ounces Of Shot Improved Shot Wire Shot Cartridges No1 - 18137:1
These are rare packet of 12 Eley Bros Limited London 14 gauge 1 ¼ ounces of number 1 lead shot, cylindrical shot cartridges for breach loading shotguns. These cartridges are Eleys improved patent wire cartridges introduced in 1836 used with 14 bore muzzle loading shotguns to ease loading and dispensing with the shot flask. The shot cartridges were usually carried in a small pouch and were put on top of the over powder wad when loading the shotgun. The cartridges consist of a wire cage containing lead shot with a fine bone meal packing wrapped in a buff paper outer tube. The end of the tube is sealed with a white label with Eley Improved Patent Wire Cartridge No1 printed on it. There is also a black rip tab to split the shot cartridge protective outer paper wrapper when loading. The cartridge packet is made of a strong buff paper and the cartridges inside are wrapped with loading instructions as seen in a photograph. The packet has not been opened any further than illustrated due the green and white circular printed sealing label on one end of the packet and the knot in the string being very tight. The sealing label is printed with Eleys Patent Wire Cartridge 14 Ga Oz 1 ¼ No1 indicating that they are 14 bore cartridges with 1 ¼ ounces of number 1 shot. The base of the cartridges has printed on 14 Gauge Bottom in black. No licence is required to collect these cartridges if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 18137:1
£240.00

Eley 12 Gauge Improved Shot Wire Shot Cartridges No1 - 18137:2
These are rare Eley Bros Limited London 12 gauge Cylindrical shot cartridges for breach loaders. These are Eleys improved patent wire cartridges introduced in 1836 and used with 12 bore muzzle loading shotguns to ease loading and dispensing with the shot flask. The shot cartridges were usually carried in a small pouch and were put on top of the over powder wad when loading the shotgun. The cartridges consist of a wire cage containing lead shot with a fine bone meal packing. The cartridges all have age related splits to the sides of the paper wrapper. The cartridges consist of a thin paper wrapping with Cylindrical Cartridges For Breach loaders on the sides together with Eley Bros Limited London and a green paper top to show which way the shot cartridge was inserted in the barrel, i.e. the green label was facing the muzzle. One of the cartridges retains its original red 12 bore at the bottom of the cartridge. No licence is required to collect these cartridges if retained as part of a collection or display. The price is per cartridge and there are 5 cartridges available. Sn 18137:2
£25.00

INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION. O 1625 - O 1625
5 big game rounds consisting of the following. KYNOCH 500-465 NITRO nickel jacketed solid round nose, HOLLAND AND HOLLAND 500/465 K K (Kynoch) copper jacketed solid round nose, .369 PURDEY K (Kynoch). copper jacketed soft point, WEATHERBY .375 MAGNUM, copper jacketed round nose soft point, RIGBY 350 MAGNUM NITRO, nickel jacketed copper tipped. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert ammunition in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1625
£120.00

INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION. O 1624 - O 1624
INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION. These are 5 big game rounds consisting of the following. KYNOCH 400 NITRO, copper jacketed solid nose, KYNOCH 500-465 NITRO nickel jacketed soft nose, KYNOCH 450 C C (Cordite) nickel jacketed soft nose, ELEY NITRO 500, solid nickel jacketed round nose, KYNOCH 475 No2 NITRO, solid copper jacketed round nose. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert ammunition in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1624
£150.00

INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION. O 1623 - O 1623
INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION. These are 4 big game rounds consisting of the following. WETHERBY .357 MAGNUM copper jacketed soft point bullet, HOLLAND .375 MAGNUM K (Kynoch) nickel jacketed soft point bullet, HH (Holland and Holland) 500/465 NE (Nitro Express) copper jacketed solid nose, RWS 375 H&H MAG (Holland and Holland Magnum) nickel jacketed stepped soft point bullet. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert ammunition in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1623
£120.00

INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION. O 1622 - O 1622
INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION.These are 4 early Eley manufactured big game rounds consisting of the following. ELEY 450-400, lead bullet with a copper nose, ELEY No2 EXP, lead bullet with a copper nose, ELEY 500 lead bullet with a copper nose, ELEY NITRO 577 solid nickel jacketed bullet. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert ammunition in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1622
£150.00

INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION. O 1621 - O 1621
INERT DEACTIVATED VINTAGE UNFIRED BIG GAME AMMUNITION. These are 4 big game rounds consisting of the following. RIGBY .350 MAGNUM NITRO. Copper jacketed solid bullet, WETHERBY 416 WBY (Wetherby) MAG (Magnum) copper jacketed soft point bullet, HH (Holland and Holland) 500/456 NE (Nitro Express) copper jacketed solid bullet, FC 470 NE (Nitro Express) with a nickel plated brass cartridge case to prevent corrosion and a copper jacketed solid bullet. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert ammunition in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1621
£120.00
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