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Anyone interested in ww1 ammo and trench art?
 
Posts: 49 | Location: Maryland | Registered: 25 July 2006Reply With Quote
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Wy certainly.



Doug Humbarger
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Tonkin Gulf Yacht Club 72'73.
Yankee Station

Try to look unimportant. Your enemy might be low on ammo.
 
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I am not a collector but I did end up with a large lot of 303 Brit ammo dated 1917. Cupro-nickel jackets and cordite. The stuff shoots quite well and regulates perfectly to the sights of P-14 rifles. I haven't tried it in any other 303. I've shot more than one 2" group with it 80 years after it was made.


"Experience" is the only class you take where the exam comes before the lesson.
 
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Humbarger,Sent an email with a picture and description.
 
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