74, 75 Fig. 31 Handling Cartridge Blank Rifle Cartridge Blank Automatic Rifle Cartridge Blank Machine Gun Cartridge 53 Shooting blank cartridges labeled “Blank Automatic Rifle Cartridge” (with a green wooden bullet) and “Blank Machine Gun Cartridges” in a rifle is prohibited. 54 On the exterior the special cartridge for the Pz-WG. 44 and Ex-WG. 44 resembles the Blank Machine Gun cartridge. This cannot be used except with the short rifle for use as the propulsive charge for antitank grenade. To enable these cartridges to be distinguished from other ammunition, this cartridge is stamped (with white color); the rearward part of the case is striped. The magazine that holds these cartridges is stamped as well. IV. Handling Cartridge (Fig. 31) 55 The handling cartridge resembles in shape, the ball cartridge. It does not have a powder charge or primer. It can be handled without risk. These cartridges are used to practice loading and unloading, as well as to demonstrate bolt operation. To distinguish these cartridges, two black rings are machined into the case. Fabrication, by troops of handling cartridges from blank cartridges (such as machine gun blanks) is prohibited.