Legendary calibre with which Britain won the first and second world war with. Initially developed in the 1880’s it continued in service in various guises until the late 1950’s at which time it was replaced by the 762 x 51mm NATO round. Used predominantly in the SMLE and the Lee Enfield No 4. It typically uses a 174 grain bullet creating around 2225 foot pounds of energy.
Cufflink created from a recycled polished brass case head (rim, and portion of cartridge body) of the.303 British round. Cufflink measuring 13.7mm diameter by 3mm depth set on gold plated solid arm (Approx 24mm overall length).