I don’t see the correlation because this junk and a beautifull genuine ctge.
Some people look like to love fakes (what i call fakes are bullets handloaded on any case).
When it is about some 9 para where anybody can put loose bullets on every case i can think some people are naive.
(PS : THV ctges are in fact dating from 1942 ! I found some loaded rounds on german cases ! Does it interest somebody ??
If not, I’ve heard of SIB bullets on DWM cases. I am sure i can find them.
Or do you prefer some Arcane 45 ACP on pre WWI US cases ? no problem !)
But when there is a drawing (dated from 1881) of a ctge , a drawing of the chamber, aso I don’t see the connection between this and a fake found on ebay.
In France too we have nordendeld loose rounds.
If the people like exotic rounds no problem I am sure it must not be too difficult to find an experimental hotckiss loaded with a nordenfeld bullet for high velocity test in the 30’.
CSAEOD, I showed an original drawing of an one inch gatling in another post.
And you asked about the fact the coiled case could be in fact not a Nordenfeld but a Gatling.
I put this post because I tought it could be of interest for you to see an original drawing of the nordenfeld ctge;
I don’t understand you because after posting the picture of the oerlikon you add later it was easy to find in the states loose rounds (and therefore to put them on any case).
What does it mean ?
- Did you showed the picture just to show the ebay one was a fake ? if yes why not to have say : look at this fake found on ebay !
- Do you think it was an experimental round ??
Tony looks to wonder about that.
Anyway, a friend of mine who doesn’t read very much english called me and told me he saw on the forum that during the war some oerlikon rounds were loaded with nordenfeld bullets.
WHAT MUST I ANSWERED HIM ??