As I promise to John, this is my translation of Fabricaciones Militares catalog, Circa 1979.
Cases were made of brass 70/30, an alloy of 70 percent of copper and 30 percent of tin.
Jackets were made of brass 90/10 and the core was made of an alloy of hard lead.
Lead bullets of .32 S and W or .38 S and W Special were also made of an alloy of hard lead.
Special cartridge (tracers, Armor-Piercing , etc.) will be indicated the type of construction.
CENTER FIRE CARTRIDGES FOR PISTOL AND REVOLVER.
6,35 x 15,6 mm Browning : Paint: only VIOLET around the primer.
7,65 x 17,3 mm Browning Paint: only VIOLET around the primer.
7,63 mm Mannlicher M.1905 : Paint: only VIOLET around the primer.
.32 Smith & Wesson.
.32 Smith & Wesson long.
.38 Smith & Wesson
.38 Smith & Wesson Special
.44 Winchester for revolver, lead bullet.
.44 Winchester for rifle, jacketed soft point.
.44 Winchester Survival, shot charge, for Revolver y Rifle.
11,25x23mm (.45ACP)Normal Bullet"C"(FMJ): Paint: only VIOLET around the primer.
11, 25 x 23 mm (.45 ACP) de Survival: case length 30 mm, 9,5gr. of N