Tthe Greek armed forces in the interwar and early ww2 period used 7.92x57 ammo for the following machine guns: Skoda LK 32 and FN Browning 32 (as a matter of fact a FN model 30, but, as the usual practice, locally renamed in accordance to the year of acquisition) and .303 for Browning MkIIs
I am looking for details of the types of such ammos available to the Greek airforce in this period.
The presentation book of the Greek Powder and Cartridge Company, published in 1939/1940 mentions for the Mauser ammo the following types: Ball, AP, AP-T, Tracer, and incendiary - were they identical to the German sS or SmE, SmK, Smk L’spur, SmE l’spur, PmK ? I’d be grateful if someone give details on teh weight fo these Greek bullets and their initial velocity.
Same thing for the .303 delivered to Greece (or produced in Greece) during this period - which kind of cartridges/bullets were present?
BTW you can enjoy the monograph “Greek Powder and Cartridge Company, 1874-1939” online at the following address: https://digital.wolfsonian.org/WOLF037607/00001/1j