Przemek - Wow - thanks for that picture. I had one other question about the report. The English portion of the report, under the numbered (1 thru 7) photo captions, in number five, refers to a small, shiny disc as “stemming.” This is a mis-translation as far as I can discern. I note it in your picture on the base of the bullet, below the folded-up shot bag. Do you know of a better English word for this component. At first, I though it might be either an over-shot wad, or an obtutator, but because it is smaller in diameter than the folded bag itself, I am not sure it could function as the later. I am, admittedly, pretty ignorant on these technical details of specialized ammunition.
This is a load I have never seen “at hand” even though I have almost 700 Makarov rounds in my collection. Your photo is much better than the one in my copy of the report. From that, I deduced that the color of the bullet “cap” was either yellow or cream-color. I see it is white, as is the similar round from Bulgaria.
It is funny that you should mention the apparent error in designation, “Komar,” for this cartridge. Sitting right before me is an email from April 10th, from a European friend, that explains the same thing. I was gathering information as I want to include all information on this scarce Polish round for a study of 9 x 18 Makarov caliber pistols, their accessories, and ammunition. I will note the correction, as the knowledge of you and of my friend, who undoubtedly is known to you as well, far exceeds that of mine in these details.
Thank you again. This has turned into a thread of great interest to me, and I am grateful for the comments of all!