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303 Empty Brass Cartridge Case

303 Empty Brass Cartridge Case

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British .303 brass cartridge cases were a type of ammunition used in British firearms, including the Lee-Enfield rifle, during and after World War I and World War II. The .303 cartridge was first introduced in 1888 and served as the standard ammunition for British military rifles until the 1950s.

The .303 brass cartridge cases were produced by various manufacturers during the period of their use, including the Royal Ordnance Factory and Kynoch. They are characterized by their brass construction, which provides durability and resistance to corrosion, and their rimmed design, which allows for easy extraction from the rifle chamber.