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Three-inch A.A. cartridge cases. Cartridge cases for three-inch antiaircraft shells are formed by successive drawing operations, from a flat brass disc into an elongated tubular shape with one rounded closed end. These shapes are trimmed before going on to the heading operation, with the more familiar flat surface, with priming hole, ready for loading

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