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Discussion in 'General Rifle Discussion' started by thejsw1250, Jun 5, 2012.
A surprise came in today.
Too funny, I just received my same crate of Russian ammo goodness today too! I love buying ammo in wooden crates, it is much more satisfying than cardboard.
Those crates are great for target practice, too.
I'm sure you guys know to clean your guns really well after using that ammo.
Why? A can and a rifle are the same price!
Ah, got the new stuff, hey?
Years ago I bought a crate of 30\06, in bandoliers and clips. That's was more fun than a kid should have with an M1, I shot em all up in 2 days. My shoulder was so sore I had trouble moving it.
I still have the clips but I chucked the bandoliers.
I did the same thing a Spam can of 30-06 AP black tip in clips & Bandolliers for 83.00. Wish I could do that now.
Buy this stuff up while it is available. At some point in the near future, I have a feeling Mosin ammo will go way up. Just like .30-06 did.
Wait a minute! 1976? 1976?
How do you rate the NEW ammo???
That's right. 1976. I find it to be some of the finest rounds for my Mosin. I paid 150.00 for the crate. Best bang for my buck. Just have to clean the heck out of it afterwards, which isn't a problem for me.
I have some rounds from 1953 that are in good condition. As long as a round has been kept dry and no oxidation present it will shoot just fine. I keep silica packs in my ammo cans to help keep the moisture away from all of the ammunition.