I have been searching a site that I knew to be part of a WW2 camp used by the Canadians, and have recently been finding items dating back to WW1, most notably a 1914 pattern Maple Leaf cap badge, used I believe by the Canadian Expenditionary Force.
While pocking around with my trusty Garrett pro-pointer on a bank and ditch arrangement that I believe is the boundary of the WW1 site, I came across a .303 round, then another, and another and another...... All were within a few inches of the top of the bank and had obviously been dumped as a pile and lightly covered over. So far I have recovered over 300 of what I now know to be .303 Inspection rounds - no blast cap, and no cordite and totally inert. Some have the remains of the coating (chrome) to allow the armourers to source the causes of feed problems. I have put a photo of a handful of the head to show the lack of blast cap - sorry for the crappy photo
Most of the headstamps are in a fairly poor state but have managed to clean up a few and have one dated 1912.
Here are the pictures of the first 240 or so that I found, along with a few stripper clips with the remains of training rounds (drilled)