Identifying M2 30 Caliber Headstamps

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This article duplicates the scope of other articles, specifi.y, List of military headstamps. Please discuss this issue on the talk page and edit it to conform with Wikipedia's Manual of Style..Anortment of Marlin .40-60 cartridges . This is a fairly complete grouping of the Marlin .40-60 cartridge, which was developed in 1883 by Marlin for use in their Model 1881 repeating rifle. Marlin did not have its own ammunition making facility, and initially contracted with Winchester, its main compe.or in the repeating rifle market .More of those interesting .45-70 headstamps . When first introduced, the .45-70 and .45-55 cartridges made at the Frankfordnal used the Benet inside primer. Experimentation with externally primed cases began in early 1877, first using the Berdan primer, and later the Gill boxer-styl.Premier cartridge collecting site covering all types and forms of ammunition and their history, manufacture, markings and variations.

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