Ray - I can only address .45 Match ammunition, and yes, they made some for the U.S. (Also some .45 Ball ammo for the USMC at least, as somewhere I have some document regarding a recall for poor quality of some of the Marine Corps ball ammo).
My match box, which is the typical US style woth an Eagle surmounting the word “MATCH” (Eagle, though, is in green or greenish-blue ink, no blue), is from TZZ Lot 84K 001-008. Information given is the bullet weight of 120 grains, and the velocity of 855 FPS. Also, “ISREAL MILITARY INDUSTRIES.”
The cartridge is brass case, GM FMJ RN bullet, no case cannelure, Nickel cup Boxer primer with red primer seal. The headstamp is: TZZ 84 •MATCH ••
I think this ammunition was made on a SCAMP line, as between ball and match, there are many combinations of dots on the various headstamps. The one reported is my box specimen. I have others in my singles collection.
I don’t know if they made any .45 Match ammo for the US in other years. I do collect the .45 MATCH boxes by year-date only, and I only have the one for 1994. I did not check for other dates in my singles, and cannot do it right now. Perhaps later, if of interest to you.
Edited to correct erroneous Lot Number date and headstamp date.