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Re: Heard ammo maker said no more

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some WW1 ammo has shown up in past 5 years or so- Berlin wall fall, soviet union collapse, China cleaning out the ammo depot before turning it into a toy factory. Stuff is still mostly functional- about 3 out of 100 fail to fire in some lots. Lots of this is 7.62x54R, some 8mm Mannlicher, some .303 mk4 ball, 6.5x53R Dutch/Rumanian Mannlicher, 7x57 spanish heavy ball, odd lots of pistol ammo included some .44 blackpowder Russian rounds reenactor group found and tested- all fired of 30 or so tested. European countries find a case in old storage and don't destroy it like they did 20 years back to make a political point- sell it to the US sporting market and get some money to cover government paychecks. Lots of Russian and old German war booty showing up here now as US is best cash market for ohterwise considered obsolete arms. Mitchells has some of them advertised as well as the old Jugoslav mausers. RN

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 Re: Heard ammo maker said no more in reply to RN, 03-12-2013 10:22:31  
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China hasn't imported ammo since slick Willy was in office.

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