The headstamp code B denoting the manufacturer should not be confused with B as in BVIIZ which indicates incendiary ammunition. The following types of .303 cartridges are known to have been produced during the period 1897 to 1919:Armour Piercing Mks VII.P, VII.W and VII.W.Z. Ball, Blackpowder Mk 2 9mm Para Guide - International Ammunition AssociationThe code associated with each headstamp is the identification code used in the the 9mm Para Headstamp Checklist available free on http://gigconceptsinc. Fig. 33 Fig. 34 Fig. 35 1.-C01A 2.-DW03H 3.-MW01B 4.-RM01D 5.-DW01A 6.-P02B
Headstamp Codes. The headstamp codes of all British and Commonwealth manufacturers of military ammunition will be found on the following pages. Click on the relevent country to see the list of Following the Headstamp TrailN.R. Jenzen-Jones Following the Headstamp Trail 3 The Small Arms Survey The Small Arms Survey is an independent research project located at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland. Established in 1999, the project is supported by the Swiss Federal GECO RHTA 9x19mm Headstamp - General Ammunition Dec 12, 2019 · All I have to offer about the headstamp is pure guesswork, based on some other uses of the initials involved on that headstamp:Geco - self explanatory RHTA - Possibly Reduced Hazard Training Ammunition L.F. - Possibly Lead Free although in my view, that would be redundant to Reduced Hazard.
Dec 31, 2005 · German WWII Alphabetic Ordnance Codes:p-z. Last Updated 12/31/2005 Found on ammunition headstamps, which are believed to have been made by Polte and loaded by Bergmann. pjj:Haerens Ammunitionsarsenalet, Copenhagen, Denmark Staatliche Munitionsfabrik, Kopenhagen. Found on ammuntion headstamps. Headstamp Codes Northeastshooters ForumsMar 12, 2013 · Headstamp Codes Thread starter JonJ; Start date Jan 4, 2006; JonJ. Moderator. NES Member. Rating - 100%. 11 0 0. Joined Feb 27, 2005 Messages 13,068 Likes 342 Location Plymouth, MA. Jan 4, 2006 #1/7 Separated 300 rds of .308 and wanted to know what I had. I found this site that lists known headstamps of ammo from all over the world. It's a nice Headstamp PublishingHeadstamp Publishing. Publications Posters About Authors Newsletter Contact Purchase. Cart 0. Publications. Commemorative Extras. "Ex Libris" Bookplate (Chassepot to FAMAS) "Ex Libris" Bookplate (Thorneycroft to SA80) Bookmark (Chassepot to FAMAS)
Jan 26, 2017 · Military Headstamps:The standard US military ammunition headstamp before the Second World War had two elements:the factory code at 12-oclock and the date of manufacture at 6-oclock. Today, most US military ammunition contains anywhere from 2-5 elements. The maker is almost always identified on all headstamps. INTERPRETING AMMUNITION MARKINGS AND COLOR AND COLOR CODES SUBCOURSE MM2597 Edition 6 United States Army Combined Arms Support Command Fort Lee, Virginia 23801-1809 2 Credit Hours CONTENTS INTRODUCTION AMMUNITION MARKINGS AND COLOR CODES (Tasks 093-400-1100 through 093-400-1109), 1 Interpreting Ammunition Markings, 1 Stock Numbers, 1. Department of Defense Identification Code, 2 Peters Cartridge Company - Aussie Metal DetectingPeters 12m/m. Gauge. Comments. Date Range. .410. Head and primer appear to be the same metal with no primer cup (non-magnetic). Brass height is unknown due to damage but looks like it might be a high brass. P added to headstamp in 1911. The .410 has a different headstamp in 1930 catalog.
May 04, 2021 · The headstamp used a letter code for the date (O = 0, A = 1, etc.; "J" is used instead of "I"):the first two letters were the last two digits of the year and the third was the letter 'B' for "Berdan primed". FJ B would be 1969, GG B would be 1977, and JH would be 1998.