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So i recently received this 1901 dated British 6pdr cartridge case.
This is probably a stretch, but from what i know about British tanks in the first world war, some cases were apparently marked "T" for tank or "L" for land. This case has a "
T" next to the "x37" marking (which i am...
Does anyone here on this list have the correct color markings for the Russian OF49 120mm mortar round (for the 2S9 Nona)?
Also the correct markings of the round itself?
Thank you in advance.
Retired Master Gunner
I am interested in all things BEF, including ammunition and its packaging. I have read that HE shells were painted Buff but see in various docments, including the 1936 Textbook of Ammunition, that they were painted Yellow. Am I misunderstanding something here?