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    Re: Help is this bullet still live?!

    First picture in #1 indicates cartridge base around 40mm.

    Could be 37mm German naval / anti-aircraft shell. http://www.kaisersbunker.com/cc/cc18.htm

    I think Hitler is in the fourth photo in the...
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    Re: Help is this bullet still live?!

    Exactly!

    Was impressed upon me while walking on a firing range with things that could go bang.

    Admittedly, it was impressed upon me by officers who were firing pistols at various bits of...
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    Re: Help is this bullet still live?!

    .50 cal = 12.7mm.

    Also considerably longer and fatter than 9mm.

    Also neither has a pin.

    How about another hopelessly uninformed guess?
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    Re: Help is this bullet still live?!

    It must be the longest and fattest .50 cal ever made.

    Also an artillery version, given it has driving bands on it.

    What pin is gone?

    You mean the primer?

    It's 40 plus years since I last...
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