Inert British military .303" Incendiary B Mk III Buckingham-pattern incendiary made by Kings Norton in 1918. This pattern was adopted in 1917 and was modified by having a flat-tipped bullet. This was intended to counter Zeppilins - the idea being that the flat would cut out a small piece of baloon fabric allowing more gas to escape. The Buckingham incendiary contained white phosphorous and had a soldered weep hole below the casemouth. Firing the bullet melted the solder plug and allowed the phosphorous to ignite on contact with the air creating a 'burning bullet'. This also made this cartridge a very effective smoke tracer. The phosphorous has been removed.
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If you wish to buy in quantity I can offer a Royal Mail packing box measuring 18 x 17 x 6cm. This will hold approx.100 cartridges depending on their size. Typically this would cost about £9 sent via Special Delivery.