So I have this old ammo - appears to be made for subguns, comes 64 rounds to a box and has crimped primers. Looking online doesn't bring up a lot of info, about the only things I have found talk about it being made by Dominion of Canada, and purposely stamped to look like it was WWII surplus when it is apparently not. There are a couple threads out there, mostly based off what is discussed on the iaaforum from what i can tell, which say that it was made for use in China or for clandestine cia ops where they needed untraceable ammo. Any of you ammo guys recognize it? And yes, I can probably spare a couple rounds for you collectors if we can make a good thread here. Here is what I know. Unmarked brown cardboard box with insert. Insert contains 64 rounds. Brass cased ball ammo (thinking it is 124 grain but I can pull a bullet and weigh it to make sure if necessary). Has what appears to be crimped and sealed boxer primers. Headstamps read "9 MM 41" "9 MM 42" and "9 MM 43".