Cartridge is brass cased, headstamp is shown in photo… Written out and actual photo of headstamp. The comparison of the Czech bullet is there just because… Both the Czech and German bullet are similar in length and appearance. Photos should be at the bottom. Thanks!!! I haven’t left the house in 3 weeks… I’m getting a little crazy… Stay home if you can… I know not everyone can but try to stay safe gentleman.
What type of bullet is the German one in the photo? I would assume it’s a s.m.e. bullet and cartridge from 1939? Bullet is magnetic and it’s core, opened at the base, is steel. My digital scale is throwing numbers all over the place… From 110 grain to 300 grain… So I cannot weigh it at the moment. It’s a Hornady scale… Bought on Amazon.
Does the primer sealant of this cartridge denote what type of bullet it contains? It’s a red color sealant.
I bought this assuming it was the S.s. load given it’s year of 1939… I was going to have my son velocity test a few cartridges for my own records… Using my K98k.