Was rummaging through a bag of paper 28 ga hulls an elderly shooter gave me (elderly is anyone even older than me: an old born-before-there-was-dirt curmudgeon), this guy was a WWII glider pilot and 80-some years old but still a deadly skeet shooter with .410, 28, 20 and 12.
And the nicest guy in the world.
One day at the skeet range a mother brought her youngster out to shoot who wanted to shoot in 4-H shooting sports. He had a new Ruger O/U and he never touched a bird out of the entire round. This older fellow, Roger, was shooting last and when we got to the station 8 low house, he said, "Son, I've been watching and you'll be a good shot, but your stock is too long. Here shoot the low house again with my shorter .410 O/U (gold inlay, grade 6 Browning or some such) and I'll tell you just how to do it and you'll break this station. He told the boy how, the boy called "Pull" and he just vaporized the claybird and thanked Roger, took his own gun back and went running off the field with a mile wide smile telling his mom he could shoot, they just needed to get his gun shortened. Mom was about to cry. What a fun moment and sort of this guy in a capsule.
Anyway, in those hulls was an orange hull.
Headstamp is C-I-L on top, IMPERIAL on bottom and 28 on either side.
If any of you, particularly our Canadian members would like another 28 ga choice for an avatar, post up. I can take a close up of it like the Win headstamp and see if Wade and Rob would add it to the available avatars.