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Old 07-23-2013, 12:46 AM   #11
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Rick- the 7-30 Waters is a darned good little round. If you think THAT is pricey, I inherited a Winchester 71 in .348 Winchester. About $79/ 20 rounds.

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No, the 14 g is an antique 14 g. Also have a Greener Police gun round (weird, 12 taper to 14 ) Electric primed is a 12 g Electaprime. All plastic 12 and 20 is Wando brand- translucent, see thru plastic. SOME of the wood bullets were military blanks, some were close range target loads. SOME used a hollow thin wood bullet to hold fine shot for a pistol.

Also have a few subcaliber training rounds- very small cartridge fired thru an adapter in a military firearm. 4mm Luger centerfire, special 9mm round fired in the AT-4 rocket launcher trainer, .297/230 Morris, etc. Then there is just flat strange stuff- .14 Alton Jones, the Colt 9.8mm Auto, .35 S&W Auto, .30 Pedersen, etc.
.30 Pedersen???
That's like gold in milsurp ammo collecting!
I have seen mags and cartridges for the SMAW spotting rifles, but not the one for the AT4. Are they similar?
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AT-4 is a LAW on steroids. For trainer, it has a subcaliber insert that uses a special 9mm Parabellum tracer that is loaded WAY down, so trajectory matches the trajectory of an AT-4 rocket. Looks like this:

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7.62X45 I left it in the basement and ruined it.

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WHAT?!
I have only seen the box I have, and multiple other collectors have never seen any! Do you know where he got em?
Heck, I think I had a box of em... Shot em up
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My collection of old cartridges, I pick up a couple each gun show I go to.
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My collection of old cartridges, I pick up a couple each gun show I go to.
That's pretty cool.
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WHAT?!
I have only seen the box I have, and multiple other collectors have never seen any! Do you know where he got em?
Found them at a gun show. Guy selling them thought they were 30-06 milsurp lol
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Some more odd ammo.
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Subscribed! Freaking wow. I have nothing interesting, .45 ACP and 12 gauge, that's it. Just enjoying the show here...

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