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Old 03-26-2009, 03:32 AM   #1
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i have some very old = 1900 -1904 ? .22 cartridges, with a diamond etched on the bottoms.
can anyone help me id these?
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Most 22 rimfire with a diamond was manufactured by either Western or Winchester. Can you post a photo?



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If is .22 short

Winchester-Western East Alton (Illinois)

If is .22lr

Betwen 1910 and 1969: Western cartridge Co., after 1969: Winchester-Western New Haven (Connecticut)

That info I get it from Municion.org that is a useful website about ammo from Spain (the info is in spanish). They not say nothing before 1910... but is probable that was made by Western cartridge Co.

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