In another thread (Greek 7.92x36) John Moss makes mention of a 7.92 Hotchkiss loading from the Greek Powder & Cartridge Co. Ltd.
I have a picture of a box label (not mine) that says “Hotchkiss 7.92 x μ”. What does the “μ” (Greek small letter Mu) denote? The ammo is apparently a product of Fabrique Solothurn, Switzerland.
I have a couple of 1927 dated rounds with “FS” in the headstamp. The bullets have an “S” ball ojive but are heavier (404 grains) than the normal “S” ball so they might be the type that originally came in the box but I am not sure.
Has anyone seen a box with Greek manufactured cartridges that is labeled for the Hotchkiss MG and what makes them different from the normal ball rounds?