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OFF British Green Tracer SPG Mark VIIG

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OFF British Green Tracer SPG Mark VIIG

These three files go in your CFSWW1 Over Flanders Fields/effects/fxtextures folder.


They recreate the British 0.303 SPG Mark VIIG tracer round that became available in late 1916, and was produced through 1938. It used a payload of 8 parts Barium Chloride and 1 part Magnesium to produce a bright greenish white trace.


The most common example of these rounds had a headstamp of KN for Kings Norton Metal Co., Birmingham, UK. This company was formed in 1890 at Kings Norton, it owned its own rolling mills and had a loading plant at Abbey wood in Kent. Cases were made in Birmingham then assembled and loaded at the Abbey Wood Factory, next to Woolwich Arsenal.


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