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    Able to fire in pitted chambers... Now there's an...

    Able to fire in pitted chambers... Now there's an argument for making foil cartridges!

    On the other hand, I don't suppose they're very good for reloading...
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    This thread suffered from a glitch that seems to...

    This thread suffered from a glitch that seems to have been caused by my previous post #6, in which I posted a link to the Proof Act of 1868 that introduced the VGP (London) or VBP (Birmingham) proof...
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    Could you please explain that? What is the...

    Could you please explain that? What is the difference to the mark introduced in 1868? The width of the depression for the cartridge - far more than required for a .303 case - makes me rather think...
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    Lou, you need to know in which direction the...

    Lou, you need to know in which direction the off-centre lies. Hard to tell when the case has been extracted!

    Up/down direction can be a result of an error in the block closing position. Left/right...
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    The depression that accepts the cartridge and...

    The depression that accepts the cartridge and guides it into the chamber looks like a proper piece of machining. Combined with the genuine-looking stamp and one could say that the top surface is...
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