We found this on Hill 112 a few years ago, as best that I am aware it is part of the fuse/nose cone of a 25lb shell. It was just below the surface adjacent to a pathway from the memorial site / main road to the forest area which is about 200 yards away. A small item but who would have wanted to be hit by it when the ground was being fought over, no doubt this shell and others like it took a grim harvest of life, British, Commonwealth and German. The second item came from the crash site of a 240 Squadron Catalina which crashed in County Letrim on 21/03/41, the operational debut of the Catalina/ PBY. All onboard perished, some terribly burnt, engine trouble made them turn back and unfamiliar with the local high ground they struck a mountainside. ( I have no idea what this is AM marked and numbered, the .303 is from the same location.