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5mm Clement by Keller, Splitneck, One Cartridge, not a Box


5mm Clement by Keller & Company, Splitneck, One Cartridge. Please Click on Picture or Title for More details.

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One Cartridge, not a box:  5mm Clement Auto by Keller & Company of Hirtenburg, Austria. Factory loaded before 1934:  brass case with “ H * K & C *” Head-Stamp and a nickel plated, non-magnetic FMJ ( Full Metal Jacket) projectile.  Good condition, minor spots, tarnish, minor split case neck.  (Split case necks are not unusual with cartridge of 75 to 100 years old as the brass becomes brittle.) Sold as collectible may not fire , no returns if primer if dented trying to fire.

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History 5mm Clement Auto cartridge: The 5mm Clement cartridge developed and introduced in Spain in 1897 for the Charola Y Antiua” semi-automatic pistol. It was adopted in Belgium around 1903 for use in the Charles P. Clement semi automatic pistol, until the pistol chambered in the 5mm Clement was no longer produced in 1908. Manufacture of the 5mm Clement cartridge by a few manufacturers continued until the early 1930s, making this calibers obsolete for at least 85 years or more at this writing, Feb, 13th. 2017.

Weight 0.10 lbs