I.D.'s who made them


#1

Diamond symbol Star symbol 3 50 on 8mm Mauser [Israel ?? ]

FBA entwined 111 18 87 on 11.15 Austrian Werndl

T 68 on 220 Russian

T A 12 85 on 43 Spanish Remington [Swiss ?]

Star symbol 1936 on 6.5 Italian Carcano

Packet of 10 stuck 8mm M30 scharfe S Patronen B
under the picture of the projectile is an eagle with swastika then P635
is this Wolersdorf,Vienna, Austria

C @ 12 o’clock P @ 9 o’clock H @ 3 o’clock 40 @ 6 o’clock on 8mm Besa

Lion symbol 19 40 B with symbol [ oval dissected by I ] on 8x56 R
Hungarian /Austrian

H 24 with SYMBOL [oval dissected by what looks like capital I] on 8mm Mauser

6.5X53R Dutch Mannlicher rounds that the projectile is sensitive to a magnet
black primer annelus 36 A A1 38C 8 38 A1 are they AP

I HAVE A FOLDER 2 INCHES THICK DEDICATED TO HEADSTAMPS
AND BOOKS BY WARREN HORN, AND LYNN HARRIS, 500 PICTURES OF RIMFIRE HEADSTAMPS AND STILL CAN NOT FIND THEM ALL! not even in the IAA section on headstamps
Terry.


#2

Diamond symbol Star symbol 3 50 on 8mm Mauser [Israel ?? ]

[color=red]Czechslovakian, not Israel[/color]

FBA entwined 111 18 87 on 11.15 Austrian Werndl

[color=red]Hogg says this is UNKNOWN on Austro-Hungarian on 11.15 x 60 Mauser[/color]

T 68 on 220 Russian

[color=red]Tula Cartridge Factory, Tula Russia[/color]

T A 12 85 on 43 Spanish Remington [Swiss ?]

[color=red]Arsenal de Toledo, Spain[/color]

Star symbol 1936 on 6.5 Italian Carcano

[color=red]Contract for Italy by Hirtenberger, Austria[/color]

Packet of 10 stuck 8mm M30 scharfe S Patronen B
under the picture of the projectile is an eagle with swastika then P635 is this Wolersdorf,Vienna, Austria

[color=red]No, P635 is Gustloff-Werke, Otto Eberhardt-Patronenfabrik, Hirtenberg Niederdonau[/color]

C @ 12 o’clock P @ 9 o’clock H @ 3 o’clock 40 @ 6 o’clock on 8mm Besa

[color=red]Actually this is PCH. Poudres et Cartoucheries Hellenique (Greek Powder & Cartridge Company. Made for for Greece by kynoch[/color]

Lion symbol 19 40 B with symbol [ oval dissected by I ] on 8x56 R Hungarian /Austrian

[color=red]This is Bulgarian. The B O(I) is cyrillic for VF[/color]

H 24 with SYMBOL [oval dissected by what looks like capital I] on 8mm Mauser

[color=red]Fabrique National d’Armes du Guerre, Herstal Belgium. On Yugoslav contract ammo. O(I) H is cyrillic for F N.[/color]

6.5X53R Dutch Mannlicher rounds that the projectile is sensitive to a magnet
black primer annelus 36 A A1 38C 8 38 A1 are they AP

[color=red]I think these are just ball rounds. As far as I know, no AP round was not made in this caliber.[/color]