Object details

Weapons and ammunition
Related period
Interwar (association)
(sponsor) Westley Richards and Co (GB & Birmingham)

Priming Cap: copper

Case: brass

Bullet Cap: brass

Primer Pocket: brass

Bullet: lead


Case: Length 69.5 mm

Bullet: 18.6

Neck: Diameter 20.0 mm

Head: Diameter 20.4 mm

Rim: Diameter 22.2 mm

whole: Length 99.6 mm

Catalogue number
SAA 484

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