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    IDnumber109
    Caliber7,62x51
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    I think this cartridge is made by: Imperial Ammunition Div. of Valcartier Industries in Quebec, Canada
    This ammunition has a light weight plastic bullet for chort range training. It is ballistically good up to 100 meters with a maximum range of 600 meters. Perfect for short range training.


     
    IDnumber110
    Caliber9x19
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    Colour markingsGreen neck, green primer
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    This is a ammunition developed by Norma, Sweden for the Swedish police force. The form of the bullet and the construction of the jacket is said to deliver the maximum energy at hit, but at the same time lessen the risk of ricochets. The ammunition is probably used at training just for its lessened risk of ricochets.


     
    IDnumber111
    Caliber9x19
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    Colour markingsRed projectile, white neck
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    This special short range training ammunition to be used on live targets. The projectile is of a plastic material and it is filled with paint. It is a kind of paint ball ammunition. The special thing about it is that you use a normal service gun, the one you are equipped with in your normal assignments. Remove the standard barrel and spring and use the special barrel and spring for this ammunition. The gun will cycle as normal, and you get a drill on how your own gun works.
    I think this cartridge is made by: Imperial Ammunition Div. of Valcartier Industries in Quebec, Canada



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