It would be of great interest to clip-collectors like myself if Forum readers could post details of any AUTHENTIC instances of clip or charger loaded Kynoch cartridges being found in original packets, together with the mark on the clip or charger concerned and any information on headstamps, dates, etc.
Although Kynoch produced vast quantities of “K”-marked .303 chargers (Mks II, III and early pattern Mk.IV) during WW1, it so far seems that they made none of the later-type Mk.IV/Mk.4 chargers used during WW2.
And of the 17-odd calibres of cartridges they advertised for commercial sale in chargers or clips, extremely few of these are known to have carried a Kynoch mark. In fact some Kynoch cartridges are known to have been sold in chargers with other makers’ marks, or were unmarked.
Any info would be gratefully received.