for Sale is a Full Page removed from " The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, July 31st, 1915," showing the Following 9 Photographs from "A Visit to Messrs. Kynoch's War Munition Factory."
a- Inspecting the interior of 18-pounder quickfiring cases for possible defects. b- annealing Rifle-Cartridge cases. c- examining finished Rifle-Cartridge Bullets.- The Tubs shown in picture are full of bullets awaiting Examination. d- Chronometer for Registering Velocity of Bullets Fired from Cartridges. e- Packing .303 Rifle Cartridges. f- Loading .303 Cartridge Cases with Cordite. g- Cutting and Cupping Metal Blanks from Strip Metal-This is the first process in the Drawing of .303 Rifle Cartridges Cases. h- Examining .303 Rifle Cartridge Bullets. i- Marking 18-pounder Quickfiring Cases.