During my trip to US I saw these rounds who belong to an advanced shotshells collector.
I know very little about primitive shells.
Could somebody tell me the name of these rounds.
Il s’agit de cartouches pour fusil ROBERT aussi appel
Thanks Yves !
I have to translate your ansxwer for our american friend :
These shells are for the Robert rifle.
(they called it also Demondion in the US).
JP and Yves
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- They know this kind of shell in the US as “Demondion” because it was the name of the representative
- here is the view of the base showing where is attached the tit.
How does this thing actually work? What does the bit sticking out of the base actually do? I have never seen anything like this before.