While I was at the range yesterday, I wandered over to the brass bucket to see what folks had left behind. Lo and Behold! .308 brass, pretty good stuff from the looks of it. I know that our marksmen shoot good .308 Federal GMM ammo, but sometimes they get practice ammo to save a few bucks. Today was no exception. While I scored 50 pieces of good Federal GMM brass, there were a few NATO headstamps in there as well, WCC-08, which is good stuff, then there were several pieces with this headstamp.
This stuff is Berdan primed and from what I can figure it's British, but it doesn't have the military NATO designator. It's crimped, and as I only got nine pieces, it's going in the scrap bucket.
The Federal GMM brass and the WCC-08 are going into my reloading stock. With as many .308s as I have in the family, I'm always on the lookout for good .308 brass.
UPDATE: Jim Watson, from The Firing Line, tells me it's South African. Cool!