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Old February 7, 2018, 08:17 AM   #12
Mike Irwin
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Location: Northern Virginia
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"Maybe they could scan for traces of Cordite powder on the fired bullet, though I'm not sure whether Turks used Cordite in there ammo rounds like the Brits did."

After 100 years it would be a fruitless effort.

Cordite is but one of many hundreds of forms of nitrocellulose. Turkish ammunition used a cut flake nitrocellulose.
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