Is the white FNT a blank or short range?
The airmunition is pretty neat.
It would be a blank as the nose is made to break open along the inpressions in the bullet tip/side. If this impression or thin area was at the base of the bullet it would brak off at that point & would have been made as a short range.
ususally seen on plastic rifle rnds if you hold them up to a light you can see the thin area.
Who are the “S” and “K” headstamps on the far right?
ETA K appears to be Sweden?
S I think would be Spandu & The K is Sweedish.(can’t spell it off the top of my head)
Pete, Sweden is correct.
FNT is a blank.
The FNT one is a blank made by Huck Nürnberg around 1955-56 from used cases. The used mainly spanish cases…but others show also up. See a documantary from Werner Sünkel over ammo made and loaded by the Huck Company
Pete and Jestertoo - the “K” on the Swedish round signifies Karlsborg Munitions Factory.
6th from the left IVI Canada 9x19 greenshield?
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The Israeli blank with a three lobe crimp is a nice item. Not rare by any stretch but it is only known in four dates (as far as I know) 10-63, 4 & 12-64 and 5-66
The red tip tracer is probably by Strommem-Trickel Industries. The bullet shape is distinctive on their tracers.