Hello everyone, This is my first post on this forum and I am very happy I have found it. I was redirected here by a user on a different forum, which I will provide a link to. Question about WW2 .303 ammo Now for my question, I have recently found two Mk VII cases dating back to WW2 and I was wondering from which army they would have most likely belonged to. They are pretty coroded and the headstamps can only be read in very bright light. Both cases were made in British factories. One case is stamped CP, the date unreadable. The second case is stamped R↑L, made in 1944. They were found near the Waal river, in Ottersum in a forest were, to the best of my knowledge, the Dutch army allong with the Princess Irene Bridgade and the Canadian army fought against the German army. To me it would appear most logical that they were from the Princess Irene Bridgade, because the cartridges were made in the UK, but I am asking here because I am by no means an expert. Anyone has any ideas? Thanking in advance.