7,92x57 Ex-patrone


#1

Please, help me to identify the manufacturer of this cartridge and the year of producing (1916?)


#2

Huck N


#3

Dummies from Huck have been around for a long time. This is the earliest which I have seen. Does anyone have earlier ?


#4

I have one in my collection with the h/s S. S. 12 11
If anybody would like me to post a photo of the h/s I can oblige.


#5

[quote=“Dutch”]Huck N


#6

[quote=“craigt”]I have one in my collection with the h/s S. S. 12 11
If anybody would like me to post a photo of the h/s I can oblige.[/quote]

Please do post photos of the shell and headstamp.


#7

One of the first M88 Ex. head stamps.


Dutch


#8

Hi my friend!

this one is 1 month earlier :)

and this one is even older

Regards
Fab.


#9

These don’t look like HUCK drawn dummies but they are beauties.


#10

They were made by Spandau.


#11

Heres photos of my S. S. 12 11 dummy.
it isnt as dark as it looks in the photo. And yes it is brass
Does anybody have any of the one piece dummies manufactured earlier?


#12

[quote=“craigt”]Heres photos of my S. S. 12 11 dummy.
it isnt as dark as it looks in the photo. And yes it is brass
Does anybody have any of the one piece dummies manufactured earlier?[/quote]

Here are some

Dutch


#13

Look like 1900 is the earliest so far.


#14

I have “S 8 97” in my collection, and others from 1890 are posted above.


#15

photo?


#16

We are looking at the full drawn case type HUCK style dummies.


#17

Full, drawn, one-piece, 6 fluted, brass case with solder or lead at the tip. Indent at base, no primer pocket. As previously posted: S 8 97.


#18

Please refer to that post. Thank you.


#19

“Does anybody have any of the one piece dummies manufactured earlier?”

Full, drawn, one-piece, 6 fluted, brass case with solder or lead at the tip. Indent at base, no primer pocket. As previously posted: S 8 97.


#20

A picture is worth 1000 words.