Article about: The Greeks made their own .303 HXP ammo, I'm not sure when/if they've stopped making it but I've seen 1986 dated stuff and their still exporting their surplus I believe. Even if they are DPs
As for the name sticker on the butstock of the BREN, my opinion is that this is the name of the soldier it was issued to, a long long time ago...
Hi guys, i agree with this theory. That's why IMO the name is not carved on the wood. That wouldn't be allowed and it would cause the soldier a punishment. The usual practice was just to write your name on a sticker so that you wouldn't mark the gun permanently with your name as it would be given to someone else after your service duty was over.
Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377