Inert British military .303" Incendiary Buckingham (VIIB) Mk II made by Kynoch in 1916. This pattern was adopted for the Royal Flying Corps in July 1916 so this particular specimen was of very early manufacture and one of the first to have the 'B' in the headstamp. 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'. The phosphorous has been removed. This cartridge has a neck crack.
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