Some shotshells to ID


#1

Here are a number of shotshells I know nothing or little about.



No 1). Surekill
No 2). " Swiftsure" ( KRP primer )
No 3). Record ( also record top wad )
No 4). Walsrode ( on both sides and Anglo Walsrode top wad )
No 5). Momag ( looks like german top wad )
No 6). Extra ( modern case but no idea )
No 7). ( I have pin fire with the same design )
No 8 & 9). Factory 3???
No 10). City Special ???

Any help would be great.
regards rené


#2

Rene, the green “Extra” was made by “Krušik a.d.” of Valjevo, Serbia (depending on production year maybe former Yugoslavia).

#8 & 9 could be Albania.
If so this is a great find!!!


#3

Thanks a lot!!
So the first one I can put away with proper ID.
I have a strong feeling it is no older then five, max. ten years old.

I can ask the person from who I got the No 8 & 9 how he got hold of them.

regards rené


#4

7 looks Spanish


#5

[quote=“polman”]Thanks a lot!!
So the first one I can put away with proper ID.
I have a strong feeling it is no older then five, max. ten years old.

I can ask the person from who I got the No 8 & 9 how he got hold of them.

regards rené[/quote]

Yes please! It would be most interesting to get some more info on these.


#6

René,

There is a ‘Walsrode’ 12 Ga on sale on GB for the moment (see http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=488320789)

That one has ‘WOLFF & CO SONNENMARKE’ extra printed on it. Might be the same shell/manufacturer

On the Spanish ECRA site, the ‘WALSRODE’ HS is dedicated to: Wolff & Co. AG de Walsrode. Established in 1815 as a powder factory.


#7

No 7 look spanish, But the lines are different.
The orbea Vitoria has different style.

The walsrode is not only from wolff & co.
There are others with this headstamp.
I am away for some time so I can not make pictures to show.

Regards rené


#8

Hi René

No 1 and 2 looks like a cartridge from Spiralit (Germany). Just a guess.


#9

René, the Serbian shotshell by Krusik is an example of their current production. This company still uses cases with paper tubes for many of their loads, like this example made by Cheddite. Regards, Fede.


#10

It is an old post.
Any news about the Momag mark ?
Thanks
JP


#11

no, nothing new found o them.