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siben

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#1 12 years ago

today a friend gave me this bullet and i was wondering if you guys know some extra info and what rifle was used to schoot it. it is standing next to a normal 9*19mm round. my gues is some AT-bullet but i am not sure. http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/6216/dsc014154pk.jpg http://img200.imageshack.us/img200/6446/dsc014180jq.jpg http://img452.imageshack.us/img452/5228/dsc014165ct.jpg

also, some old warmoney i found

http://img397.imageshack.us/img397/4511/oudgeld39kg.jpg http://img381.imageshack.us/img381/8271/oudgeld41en.jpg




pvt. Allen

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#2 12 years ago

That bullet look like anti tank rifle bullet. Do you know how old it is?




siben

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#3 12 years ago

well, he said wo2 era, but he wasnt sure.




pvt. Allen

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#4 12 years ago

Well, it looks like one, I would say that it's anti tank rifle bullet for sure now, but from wich type? Try dooing a research for the number or code on the bottom of the bullet.




Bikewer

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#5 12 years ago

I would say a Euro 12.7 (ish...) heavy machine gun round. Quite possibly meant for AT rifle use as well. Size and general configuration is of a typical round of that type, but obviously not a US .50. Caution! Many of these rounds were made with tracer, incendiary, or even explosive bullets. I would be inclined to say that this is a "ball" round, due to the lack of markings, but these were normally painted on and might well have worn off.




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#6 12 years ago

I would say a Euro 12.7 (ish...) heavy machine gun round. Quite possibly meant for AT rifle use as well. Size and general configuration is of a typical round of that type, but obviously not a US .50. Caution! Many of these rounds were made with tracer, incendiary, or even explosive bullets. I would be inclined to say that this is a "ball" round, due to the lack of markings, but these were normally painted on and might well have worn off.

There are a couple of online databases of military cartridges....Good luck.