Here are some .338 Lapua Magnum loadings used by military and police.
The first set are Finnish loadings which include 1. Ball, 2. API(black o/red tip), 3. AP (with hollowpoint), 4. experimental API (zirconium tip?) and 5. Blank (with green sealant on rose crimp).
The headstamps belong to rounds 4., 2., 3., and 1. The blank has a h/s like #4. Note the 2 different fonts used in the ‘Shield’ headstamps.
The Swiss loadings are 1. AP (tungsten core), 2. Ball, and 3. Blank (with black sealant on rose crimp).
The headstamps belong to 2. and 1. The blank has a headstamp like #1, but has a black primer seal. Note the 2 styles of headstamp fonts.
The Dutch loads are 1. Ball, 2. Ball (with green mouth seal), 3. Blank
The headstamps belong to rounds 3., 2., and 1. The blank load has a nickeled primer with red seal and a black seal on the rose crimp. Both ball loadings have brass primers with green seals. Note the caliber designation (8.6 x 70)
The New Zealand loads are NUPE and blank. The blank has a clear sealant over the rose crimp.
Both cases have the same headstamp. ODL is Ordnance Development Ltd.
The last 2 are Austrian and Canadian manufactured rounds. The Canadian round was made for McMillan (Arizona). It has a steel case finished black. It is reported that thse cases were also manufactured in brass and aluminum.
The headstamps belong to 1., and 2. On the Canadian case, the ‘L’ within the arrowhead is the manufacturers mark. His surname is Lepine.