Nice clean, full sealed boxes. It has 8 full sealed trays of 100 primers each and two which have been opened and are probably missing some. Some boxes are full of the original ammo, some partial boxes, some with fired cases and some are empty- as noted in the descriptions. These are totally inert with holes in the case and an empty primer pocket with no flash hole for visual identification. Round Ball to Rimfire -- Part Two Federal Breechloading Carbines and Rifles 528 pages This book fully covers Federal carbine and rifle ammunition.
If you properly zero the rifle as the sights were designed for the ballistics of the ammunition then you can use the different range apertures and expect point of aim, point of impact. Remington or Winchester brand, mixed. Ink stamped date on top of box looks like 1908. Box has gotten damp and the cardboard strip on the bottom has come off, and the label is in the condition shown. Box is not collector grade. Box also has ink stamped date 3-29-44. In other words, if you zero'd at 100 meters for point of aim, point of impact, then the rifle sights and ammunition ballistics will only work for 100 meters.
Black printing on natural kraft color box. Even though the Germans used the 192-198gr bullets and rifled their barrels for the longer bullets you can load lightweights as well. It comes complete with handles. Both sides have embosed game scene in excellent condition with no wear or scuffing and only a few flex-cracks. Cartridges are low brass with salmon colored body and Winchester Ranger No 16 headstamp.
I will include a loose dummy carbine cartridge if desired, but not certain it is an exact match for the contents since the box is still sealed. There may be additional volumes in the future, but it will take a while to read these. Lot of five loose rounds. Military Rifle Dummy Cartridge Set - One of each:. These were used with the. The cases are salvaged cases with mixed headstamps, most having a line across them to designation previously fired cases.
This eliminated the need to dig around in a cap pouch for a single percussion cap and place it on the nipple of the barrel assuming you did not drop it in the excitement of battle. Most of the early ammo was used up during the war, but we were lucky to find a few boxes, nice a clean with original contents. Estimated to be 1840-1870- vintage. Pouring end has a wooden plug with a brass tip that looks to be a modern replacement. By this time Gatling had modified his design to eliminate the separate chambers so that the guns fed the. The M59 was the original 7.
Nice clean box but empty. The manual recommends that to confirm your zero but it is not necessary. Bottom line is this forum is also a typical internet firearms forum and is also full of dreck. Nice clean full sealed box. Full sealed extra clean box. .
For anyone interested in German 2nd World War weapon systems, millitary history or firearms - collector or history enthusiast - you will not be disappointed with Mr. This is what was left over after some idiot used up the ammo. Since these rifles saw as much as sixty years of hard duty, most were pretty beat up, though some were far better than average. If requested will shrink wrapped in plastic for display at no extra charge. Great for display with any of the Krag rifles or carbines. Shrink wrapped in plastic for display.
Navy did not like the old wooden M1917 crates used by the army for ammo storage due to the wood being a fire hazard aboard ship and subject to damage as the crates were passed up and down several decks for storage in magazines, and the lack of a good way to secure them in place. Lake City began making the Match ammo in 1961, taking over from the traditional source at Frankford Arsenal. Priced at about 2 cents each. I know the reenactors would love to have these, but rather than making a few bucks supplying them, I am honored to do a small bit to provide a final salute to our veterans. But the potential is there. Also included are another seven boxes of fired cases 140 rounds , so you have enough to justify reloading.
This would have probably been sufficient for British needs had not the Russians, who had bought even larger numbers of Arisaka rifles and carbines from Japan, asked Britain to manufacture ammunition for them. Will shrink wrap upon request. The numbers are even easier to grasp. Will shrink wrap in plastic for display at no extra charge if requested. Will shrink warp in plastic for display if requested. You could not set the rear sight to the 400 meter aperture and expect to achieve point of aim, point of impact.
It was primarily for the. Overll excellent, one of the essential reference books for cartridge collectors, but you really need all four volumes. This is loaded in 8 round clips for the M1 Garand. Details of the property include numerous mills and magazines and other production facilities, taking up about one third of the total area depicted. These have the triple stake mark crimping.