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Author Topic: 9mm Luger Primer marks on commercially reloaded ammo in Great Britain  (Read 20734 times)

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Here photos from the box with the brand name "ZERO"...and also the real adress of the reloading firm....This has nothing to do, with the american firm of "Zero" from Alabama...
This ammo is CIP-approved, as you can see on the CIP-Proofmark on the box (here the british proofhouse).
As they are using all kind of used brass, the only way to recognize the "real" maker, is a special mark on the primer. Its a ace of spade, or, if you like , it looks like a heart.
Forensic Service, 54441 Wellen, Germany

Pictures of the Basemarks of the ammo and primer, as also the box:


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