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  • Beltfed
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    Yes, I have picked up a bunch of 7.62 brass boxer primed in the deal. Not U.S. manufactured, I think it’s Venezuela stuff.

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  • Jersey Devil
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    That's great! Please keep me in the loop. Also, was there any 7.62 NATO ammo in the stash?

  • Beltfed
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    I have purchased all of her ammo. Still need to do a round count which will be a job. Also picked up an ammo can of M1 parts, nothing exciting.

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  • 1563621
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    I would be a taker of some 30-06.

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  • Beltfed
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    Well, I’ll see about buying the whole wall of ammo cans. It has .30-06, 7.62x39, 5.56x39, and 7.62x54R, plus some hunting ammo. I think I will pick up one of her jungle carbines also. There may be several rare civilian firearms in the vault also that I didn’t look at. This collection is old.

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  • Jersey Devil
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    Okay cool. I'd be interested in some or all of it depending on price. A friend of mine shoots quite a lot of steel cased ammo through his M1 and speaks highly of it for plinking purposes.

  • Beltfed
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    As to the few ammo cans I opened, it’s Russian. 1943 ammo is EW.
    is there any problem with shooting steel case fodder in a Garand?
    Last edited by Beltfed; 03-25-2022, 11:59 AM.

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  • Jersey Devil
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    Very cool. Any idea of the manufacturers?

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  • Beltfed
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    Steel cased .30-06

    I’ve run into a boatload of steel cased .30-06. Is there a market for it? I also found an ammo can full of WWII ‘43 ammo. I can buy the lady out of all of it but don’t need it as my supplies are full. Just curious if I can pass this along. Thanks
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