Lew, I have nine rounds I attribute to us in Colombia, specifically made
W-W 9 mm LUGER - This round obviously has a primed case from Winchester.
It came from a standard Winchester box of the time (yellow box, as I recall - I have
a photo of it in my files, but not the box itself), except the back label is specific
to Colombia, and has the following advice, which I have translated from the Spanish:
Made in Colombia under license of Winchester. This is from memory, but is close
enough for our purposes here. The bullet is CN FMJ RN, and may be FN. Primer
9 IM 9 68 - FN thru and thru, in my opinion
IM 9 m m P a r a - MEN for sure, as you said
IM 85 9 mm PAR - I didn’t know on this one, but agree now, thanks to your ID that is is DAG
I N D U M I L 9M/M PAP - Cartuchos Deportivos de Mexico, almost certainly. Now known
as Industrias Tecnos. The “PAP” is the clue here.
INDUMIL 9MM PAR - Three variations to do with primer crimps, or lack thereof, and primer
seals or lack thereof. In my view, undoubtedly from CIL in Canada. Brass primers and Purple PA (or none)
INDUMIL 9MM" Much bigger headstamp letters, nickel primer with red PA. Looks Winchester, but not sure.
I bet, Lew, that if you look, you have most or all of these yourself. I had never seen the box you show or the
headstamp on those rounds, until this thread. Also have never seen the “Cal 9MM” headstamp before.
Thanks for posting. I had no luck printing out any of their website from the connections (links) given on this
thread, even though they opened for me.