So I’m organizing some of my shooting ammo in the closet & I come across this:
Please take my apologies for the phone camera.
I notice “prickskytteam” instead of just “prickskytte” printed on the box. Random typical m/41 box from online:
So I dig through a swedish ammunition book (1960) & find this:
So there are two different loadings. Prickskytte & prickskytteam. Okay cool so whats it mean? Google translate gives me this off the note from the book:
That doesn’t seem to make sense at the end but apparently this stuff was built on new sleeves (casings) and was more accurate than typical. I can say regular m/41 is dang good shooting surplus to begin with.
Sooo… was this ammunition specifically made to higher standards or was it regular m/41 that just wound up being more accurate than usual then marked differently?
What might it have been used for? If its particularly more accurate than typical m/41 did the Swedish military set it aside for a special pourpose?