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Old 04-16-2011, 10:50 PM   #1
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I'm sure you all have seen this kind of thing before, but I've been collecting cases from the range. Anyone know what the pink one, the fifth from the left, is? It says 351 92 on the stamp.


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Old 04-16-2011, 10:57 PM   #2
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Possibly a copper washed steel 7.62x39? Need a scale to judge size. Chinese, ammo plant 351, made 1992.


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The 7th from the left, is that a nickle plated case? I've been reading on the 458socomforum about guys using nickel plates brass for reloading. What are the advantages/benefits?

Sorry for the hijack Lon, can't help with any of them
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1990's Chinese 7.62x39.
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The 7th from the left, is that a nickle plated case? I've been reading on the 458socomforum about guys using nickel plates brass for reloading. What are the advantages/benefits?
I don't know much, but I don't know of any benefit of the nickel brass, other than maybe durability. All I know is that it's alot harder to work with when reloading.
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The Pink one 5th from the left looks like a 7.62x25
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Does the stamp help anyone?
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Does the stamp help anyone?
Unfortunately not me.

Though I would guess the one on the far left is a .22 rimfire. I'd say the third from the left is a .38. I'd say the one on the far right is a big 'un, indeed.

Am I even close? I'm not even sure any of those answers make sense.
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I guess Aussie knows something I certainly don't know.


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