I figure I should also post a picture of my progress in cleaning so far. All of this ammo is the “Average grade” stuff and it honestly doesn’t look to bad after being cleaned up. Looks a lot like some 8mm surplus I’ve seen for sale with little amounts of black tarnish on the case but nothing that can be felt like the super bad corroded stuff. This is the ammo that’s is going to be salvaged for bullets and powder. This is the perfect stuff that will most likely all go off with no problem. This is the stuff that still needs to be cleaned and sorted. Also what would cause a bullet to get stuck in the barrel? Poor ignition of the powder or a light spark being produced from the primer? Also I took apart the nastiest, most corroded round and the powder looked like it was put there yesterday, I don’t think powder is gonna be an issue if get a failure to fire most likely old primers.