[quote=“Laurent”]Here a picture of a B-32 of WWII. The headstamp is: 3 * 44
That’s a nice photo. The main reason that I initiated this post was to find what would be a typical cartridge to be in the 5-round PTRS clip for photography. I have an aversion to sloppy errors such as incorrect labels in museums, the wrong ammo shown with a weapon, tumbleweed in Hollywood Western films and the wrong cartridges in clips, belts etc.
I am a collector of clips, chargers, MG links and belts etc. I like to display one of each clip filled with cartridges if possible. So, if original rounds are unobtainable or too valuable to use as “clip fillers” I will use one that it dimensionally correct, the right materials, the right colour markings and inert so I don’t have to lock the clips up.