13,2 mm Hotchkiss bullets

Hi,

I need a opinion about 13,2 mm Hotchkiss type bullets from drawing and photo.

  1. German drawing (beutegeschoss Polen / maybe FR or UK bullet)
    62 mm - steel core - very tiny groove - 1 mm [standard PL - ~2,5 mm)
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  2. Two bullets without groove (maybe FR made standard ?)
    62,13 mm - steel core, or steel tungsten core
    62,04 mm - -//- tracer

Polish types of bullets always longest - 63, 63,3 mm standard based on FR and UK types, experiments with 13,2 the same - longest.

I’m especially interested for good drawings FR and UK 13,2 mm. I need a other good image a incendiary or smoke 13,2 mm as in German drawing:

Greetings
PM

French drawing, 1948 (below)

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Przemek, from which document is your first drawing?

BDArchiv, image F. Krupp AG, Essen, about 13,2 is only this and + two standard PL types. Without cross section.

From an undated Hotchkiss factory brochure for the 13,2, machine gun for naval use;

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From Small-Arns Committee minute 1755, dated 1937;

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Peter

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A 1938 Mauser-Werke drawing of ammunition produced for Greece;

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Really poor copies I’m afraid, has anyone got a better version of this manual ?

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Peter