7.92mm identification


#1

Can anyone help identify this 7.92x57mm round? Headstamp looks like NI or N1.

Thanks in advance
Michael


#2

The cartridge is Norwegian, the N is probably NORMA. The Norwegian loading factory Norma started in Norway and made a daughter factory in Sweden later on. Norma did not produce brass cases in Norway , they only load the ammunition. So the case is most probably made at Raufoss Ammunisjonsfabrikk or from the Belgium factory FN . Production probably 1938-1940.

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#3

451kr,
Do you know if it was produced for use by Norway or Sweden, and any info on types of projectile?

Many thanks
Michael


#4

I can’t say who these rounds were made for, but I can tell you that the headstamp “N 3” is also known. No “N2” has been reported and I don’t know for sure what the “I” and the “3” signify.


#5

John,

Many thanks, every bit of information is welcome, it’s actually not in my collection, but a friend sent me the photo, and I’ve had a trawl through the previous posts and couldn’t see any mention of this headstamp previously.

thanks again
Michael


#6

I can’t add any information but I can show the different bullet types that I have.


#7

The “N I” is also known with pink tips as tracers if I recall right.


#8

Michael:

More information I can`t give you.
I know there some different types like the one that EOD mention.
I had the one with pink tip in my collection. ( cupronickel bullet)

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#9

Thank you all for the pictures and information.