An early box!
Great box !
Really outstandind early box,at first glance the ctg looked to be inside primed to me,but the box says it is rimfire,lets wait someone has a cutaway of it to confirm…
No question at all that they are rimfire. Fusnot produced a number of different rimfires with the same or similar headstamps. I have 2 different ones and know of at least one more calibre. Currently, I do not have access to my collection to see if this is another. Wonderful to see a box finally.
Actually never came across any Fusnot ctg and never saw a box,so no doubt it is a wonderfull find.
There was a thread about this a few years ago. Perhaps is you put Fusnot into the search, you will find it.
Another rare survivor.
The cases seem brass,most old ones I saw were copper cased.-
Hi Eric and Jeffcy67.
Fusnot, Gaupillat, Stahl, Braun& Bloem and others made brass rimfire at different time as well as copper cased ones.
In this part of the planet have only run into one described to me as a 7,5 mm Swiss revolver ctg and brass case no h.s,possibly brought in by an early Swiss settler .scarce anyway.
relatvely common were the Swiss revolvers and their Belgian clones.
From a nitpicker…
The name of the company is STAHEL…not Stahl
Peter, is this a different company?
And another, Gunbroker picture.
And a 6x29R I have, that looks similar to the 7.5 on the box Gary pictured.
Dan, Stahel Jakob is a Swiss ammo maker, nothing to do with Stahl, and 7.5 is different than these 7 mm rimfire for Gary! Save the stahel boxes for my return to slics when possible…
I have never seen anything marked Stahel, only Stahl.
Thanks for that! …On second thought, I’ve seen a 9.5 brass ppl rimfire with rsd St. that is by Stahel. Just never seen a box with Stahel on it!
Thanks Dutch! Now I have.
Dan, Just for Information.
If somebody think I hijacked this thread, I will delete it.
Nice box Can you tell me please what the headstamp reads as i can’t make it out.