Would you please help me to identify two tracer bullets from .303 british cartridge.
The first unknown bullet is presented in the first picture.
Bullet has a cupro-nickel envelope, 35.5 mm. long and has a washer at the bottom part. Bullet tip has a remnants of white colour coding. At first I thought it is G Mk II, but as far as I know G Mk II is longer ( 36 mm ) , and has no colour coding at the tip.
The comparison with G Mk II you can see at second picture
The second unknown bullet is presented in following picture.
Bullet has a cupro-nickel envelope, 36.5 mm. long and has a washer at the bottom part. Based on rounded shape of the bottom I thought it is Mk VI Canadian Pattern . But as far as I know, Canadian tracers did not have washers. Also, the type of knurled cannelure differs from Canadian Mk VI. The comparison with Canadian G Mk VI you can see in fourth picture.
I would appreciate any information about mentioned above two tracers.