Lebel Dummy Cartridges in 24-Rd Feed Strip
Original Remanufactured Item: The standard French heavy machine guns in WW1 and 2 were the Hotchkiss M1914 and the St. Etienne. Both used feed strips. The strips are designed be clipped together for sustained fire.IMA has obtained a small quantity of remanufactured dummy cartridges and signal flares that had once been part of a large military collection. All of them have been manufactured by using inert fired cartridge cases and inserting bullets or wads. They were made for display purposes and were not dimensioned for functioning through the action. To simulate the early or World War 1 look, cupronickel (nickel-colored) bullets were used, although the cases may be of any date or manufacturer. The later or World War 2 look is provided by using gilding-metal (copper-like) colored bullets.
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