There is a cartridge for 20 years or so in my collection, which I can´t identify. Maybe one of the members can provide information, which will help. I coundn´t find any information about this item.
The dimensions can be taken from the first picture. The cartridge could be a 19,5mm or 20mm(depending on the position of the measurement) x 120mm. The projectile consists of a copper-body with a screwed-in steel-tip. This steel-tip is secured to the copper-body by a steel-pin.
The driving-band is made of lead and seems rolled to the copper-body.
The type of cartridge appears like a subcaliber-round used in bigger guns for me. But this is from the stomach. The Headstamp shows D.W.u.M. for Deutsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken at 12 o´clock and the letter K. at 6 o´clock. At 9 and 3 o´clock there is the “DWM-Bomb”-Logo.
As I couldn´t find information about this cartridge, maybe the design/shape of the logo will
give a rough guess of the age of this item. All help will be appreciated. Thank´s in advance.