So, I found this Romanian 7.62x54R bullet which is longer then a regular one. No sealant was applied (maybe a foreign bullet, not Romanian), at its bottom there seems to be some purple composition which can be easily bring out with a screwdriver and its tip seems to be silver. Maybe it can be a light ball bullet, but that would be wrong since the bullet next to it is a light ball too and the silver tip line wasn’t applied anymore on Romanian cartridges since 1978. Furthermore, what’s with that purple composition? Tracer, incediary?
The third bullet looks more like a reduced ricochet 7.62x54R PRS bullet. That’s only an assumption based on its length and its boat tail, inside view. It was part of an inert 7.62x54R Romanian cartridge dated 22 RPR 53. Our army doesn’t used such PRS bullets, so why does an inert cartridge doesn’t have a regular ball bullet? (It looks as an L type bullet, but it is magnetic, thus not contain a lead core)
And the last question, I’ve also found this bullet core which I compared with a 7.62x39 PS bullet and its steel core. Maybe it is a bullet instead of a core, but how about its boat tail? And if it is indeed a cartridge not a bullet, maybe only its bimetalic jacket is gone, while its lead coating and steel core remained. And if it is a core, it is very different from any armour-piercing cores I’ve seen and no way that it’s a ball bullet core (besides, it is longer then the cartridge itself) or a tracer/incendiary bullet core.
**All of them were find on Romanian soil and all of them are magnetic.
Thanks to anyone who clarifies my situation.