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  • 11mm Pin fire Ball


     
    IDnumber95
    Caliber11mm Pin fire
    Model11 mm m/?
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight12,8 Gram
    Projectile materialLed
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    PropellantBlack powder
    Propellant weight Gram0,8 Gram
    Propellant weight Grain-
    The first type of the ammunition was a pin fire cartridge. It can be found with at least 3 forms of projectile forms, from a round to an ogival projectile.
    Thanks to John Giles, California for this pictures!


     
    IDnumber97
    Caliber11mm Pin fire
    Model11 mm m/?
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile materialLed
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    Propellant-
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    Made in Germany by Egesdorff Georg, Lindener Zuendht-Fabr, located in Linden near Hannover. The factory was operational between 1890-1917.


     
    IDnumber98
    Caliber11mm Pin fire
    Model-
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile materialLed
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    PropellantBlack powder
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    The G in the head stamp is for Gevelot, and the cartridge is made in France by Societe Francaise de Munitions.


     
    IDnumber99
    Caliber11mm Pin fire
    Model-
    Projectile form-
    Projectile weight-
    Projectile materialLed
    Projectile typeBall
    Colour markings-
    V0 mps-
    V0 fps-
    PropellantBlack powder
    Propellant weight Gram-
    Propellant weight Grain-
    This cartridge is made in Czechoslovakia by Sellier & Bellot in Praha.
    The figure 12 in the head stamp is to indicate the caliber, 12mm?



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