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In 1918 this factory was capable of producing at the rate of about 10 million rounds per month. The far right image shows the unusual neck crimp consisting of three parts of the circumference of a circle and three small triangular indents. The DOMINION headstamp was used on commercial ammunition from 1911 untikl 1955. Ball, Cordite Mk 2, 4, 6 and 7 Ball, Nitro-cellulose Mk 7 (Canadian WW1 contract pattern) 1914-16 Ball, Nitro-cellulose Mk 7Z (Canadian Pattern) Drill D 1942 (Canadian Pattern) Tracer G Mk 2Z, G Mk 4Z (Canadian Pattern) Defence Industries, Verdun, Canada. Ball, Nitro-cellulose Mk 7Z (Canadian Pattern) Ball, Nitro-cellulose Mk 8Z (Canadian Pattern) Cartridge Rifle Grenade, Ballistite H Mk 1Z (Canadian Pattern) Drill D 1942 (Canadian Pattern) Tracer G Mk 2Z, G Mk 4Z, G Mk 6Z (Canadian Pattern) Eley Brothers, Edmonton, London, UK. During WW1 Eley produced in excess of 209 Million .303 Mk 7 cartridges. The headstamp code G, denoting manufacturer, should not be confused with G as in GIV indicating a tracer cartridge.