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INERT DEACTIVATED French WW2, 1939 dated 25mm (25 x 163) Hotchkiss anti-aircraft gun ball round. Sn O 1069 - O 1069
DEACTIVATED INERT. This is a scarce inert ball round for the French mitrailleuse de 25 mm CA mle 39 anti-aircraft gun developed in the 1930s and used in a ground role and on French warships. It was introduced in1938 in small quantities, totalling approximately 200 guns in service at the outbreak of the German invasion of France in 1940. This round consist of a copper sheathed projectile crimped in the brass cartridge case and is headstamped SF (Société Française des Munitions de Issy-les-Moulineaux (French Society for Munitions) France) over H 4 39 (December 1939) I . The brass primer is stamped EB 211 39 (1939) . No licence is required to possess this round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. The price includes UK delivery. Sn O 1069

Rare WW2 Experimental American T17 .6” (15.2x114) AP (Armour Piercing) Drill Anti-tank Gun Round. - O 1000
This is a rare experimental American WW2 .6” T17 anti-tank gun drill round developed for the American T17 anti-tank rifle that was experimented with but never adopted by the military. This brass cased round is headstamped F A 45 (Frankford Arsenal) (1945) and has three 5mm holes under the case shoulder. The primer pocket is drilled through. The steel projectile has a narrow copper driving band above the case crimp. Price includes UK delivery.

Inert Soviet 20mm (20x99R) ShVAK TYPE BZ (API-HC Armour Piercing Incendiary- Hollow Core) Aircraft Cannon Round. Sn. 994 - O 994
This is an inert Soviet 20mm (20x99R) ShVAK TYPE BZ (API-HC Armour Piercing Incendiary- Hollow Core) aircraft cannon round. The gun was developed in 1935 and was the main Soviet heavy aircraft gun throughout WW2 and was used in various aircraft including the Yak-1, Yakovlev Yak-3, Yakovlev Yak-7B, LaGG-3, Lavochkin La-5 and La-7, the Petlyakov Pe-3 , Pe-3 and the Ilyushin Il-2. It was also used in theT-60 and T-38 armoured vehicles. This round has a drawn brass cartridge case which is headstamped IOU 52 . The primer has a red sealant to it. The steel projectile has a copper driving band and a steel cap swaged onto it. The projectile is stamped CZO 52 stamped above the driving band. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. O 994

Inert Rare Experimental Belgium FN Browning 15x106 Practice Round. Sn. O 992 - O 992
This is a rare inert experimental round developed by FN Browning for the BRG heavy machine gun from 1989 and it was intended as a replacement for the .5” Browning machine gun. The round for this gun was originally developed from the 20mm Hispano HS 404 round which was necked down to 15mm. This was unsuccessful and this resulted in the adoption of the15.5x106 round. The gun was successful but was never adopted by any one and its development was halted. The bottlenecked brass has no headstamp, primer is unstruck and ring crimped into the case. The steel projectile has an iron driving band 8.7mm high and it is painted light blue for practice. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. O 992

WW2 INERT German 13 mm MG131/13 (20x82) Incendiary Cannon Round Sn O 991 - O 991
This a German 13mm MG131/13 (20x82) incendiary aircraft cannon round fitted to various German aircraft during WW2, including the Me109, FW190,various night fighters and bomber aircraft. The lacquered steel cartridge case is electric primed and retains most original finish. The headstamp is Wg 2545 44 . 44 . The projectile is an iron driving banded incendiary trace and is stamped bjl 54 44 . The projectile has a this steel thimble covering the nose of the projectile. There is traces of yellow paint over the driving band. Both projectile and cartridge case have no cracks in the necks. Price includes UK delivery. Sn O 991

Inert Unused Mint Oerlikon 35mm KDC (35x228) Dummy Round. Sn. 11061:54 - 11061:54
This is an inert unused mint Oerlikon KDC (35x228) round. The guns are currently in use as towed guns, self-propelled AA guns, mounted on armoured vehicles and personnel carriers, and are placed on naval vessels usually in a twin mount and often radar controlled. This dummy round has green lacquered steel cased and is headstamped OE 78 . Where the case primer should be is a slotted round bolt which is used to clamp the dummy round together The projectile consists of an alloy representative projectile which is lacquered in a purple colour. The round is contained in its original cardboard transit tube which has steel endcaps. There are two rounds available. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11061:54

Inert American 30x100B WECOM Weighted Dummy Round. Sn 11061:53 - 11061:53
This is an inert American 30x100B WECOM weighted dummy round. This round consists of an unmarked brass cartridge case with a ¼ inch diameter hole in the side of it with a copper driving banded practice projectile crimped in it. The steel and alloy projectile consists of an unpainted portion of the projectile above the copper driving band stenciled in white 30MM CTG DUMMY . The alloy cap is crimped into place on top of the steel projectile and retains much of its blue paint. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11061:53

Inert Rare British 1954 dated Aden 30x86B (LV ‘low velocity’) Practice Cannon Round. Sn. 11061:52 - 11061:52
This is a rare inert unfired practice projectile in a fired practice case for the British 30x86B LV (low velocity) Aden aircraft cannon fitted to various post WW2 British jet aircraft. The ADEN (named for the Armament Development Establishment, where it was designed, and Enfield, (where it was produced in the late 1940s.). The round was developed from the German Mauser MG 213/30mm experimental revolver cannon designed for the Luftwaffe in WW2. This had a case length of 85mm. The 30 mm Aden cannon was a replacement for the older Hispano-Suiza HS.404 20 mm cannon used in various British aircraft of World War II. Two case lengths were used in the experimental trials, the 86mm (LV) and the 111mm (HV ‘high velocity’). Both rounds had the same overall length, the difference being the length of the projectile and weight of explosive charge. The Low Velocity round was dropped from the trials, the HV being adopted. This round has an unmarked projectile. The brass cartridge case is stamped PRAC 1Z SWN 200/54 30MM K 54. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. 11061:52

WW2 INERT German Kriegsmarine 20mm Flak 38 Soluthern (20x138B) Wooden Bulleted Blank Round. Sn 11061:12 - 110691:12
This an inert German 20mm wooden bulleted round for the 2cm Flak 30 and 38 guns. The wooden projectile enabled the gun to feed and fire blank rounds fully automatically. This wooden bulleted round has a copper plated steel case and retains all of its original copper plated finish. It has a slight knurl 40mm above the base of the cartridge case denoting a blank round. The headstamp is kreigsmarinearine Waffenampt m/3 41 1a auz .The hollow wooden bullet appears to be made of beech and has the profile of the armour piercing projectile. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11061:12

INERT Unfired German made Masden 20x120 HE (High Explosive) (Without Tracer) Round. Sn 11061:10 - 11061:10
This is an Inert unfired German make Masden 20x120 HE (High Explosive) (Without Tracer) round for the Masden 20mm automatic cannon developed in Denmark in the 1920s for the 20mm Madsen automatic cannon, offered in various mountings for aircraft, AA and anti-tank use, although only successful in the AA role. This round retains most of its original finish. The percussion primed, lacquered steel cased round is headstamped M11/5 (a Marine waffenampt) 44 51 dsb . The primer annulus is coloured blue. The yellow painted projectile is stamped M 44cpn2e waffenampt Waa654 . It is also stencilled in black MBr over lko 1/45 EMO waffenampt oL’spur119gr . The round is fitted with an alloy nose fuse stamped 2cmKpFZ Zerl Fa dpu 83 44 Waa851 .Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11061:10
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