|joedirt199 ||04-09-2013 05:33 PM |
7mm mauser ammo in stripper clips from WW2
anyone interested in these? i found them in my gun stuff and i think they came from a neighbor a long time ago. the brass is dingy and the bullets are silver so i think they are a type of steel core and very pointed. they come 5 rds to a stripper clip and about 15 clips. reading some stuff about certain ammo coming from chili and was bad not sure where this came from or if they are reloadable. i could pop one apart and see if they are reloadable brass if anyone cares. will post up pics. after looking at them they are date stamped 1938 and no question on whether they still go boom or not. http://i191.photobucket.com/albums/z...ps90138cef.jpg
|Mayvik ||04-11-2013 08:48 PM |
You need a price, may be interested when you get that taken care of...
|joedirt199 ||04-11-2013 09:00 PM |
I really have no idea. Don't want to charge too much and then ammo is no good. Another member is buying a stripper clip full to test and if it works, may be interested in the rest
I have no way of testing these as my dads mauser is 8mm.
|Fluff ||04-11-2013 10:13 PM |
You still need a price
|joedirt199 ||04-12-2013 01:00 PM |
if i have to put a price i will do $30 paypalled and shipped. the winchester box is round nose hunting ammo and is missing 6-7 rounds.
|commandoman ||04-27-2013 12:28 AM |
Just wanted to ask, these are genuine clips, used by strippers in WWII? :D free up!
|joedirt199 ||04-27-2013 02:18 PM |
they have seen some years and are case stamped before the war so yeah these strippers are rode hard.
|DarkNinja ||04-28-2013 12:32 AM |
Got a picture of the headstamp?
|joedirt199 ||04-28-2013 10:39 AM |
Can get one. I am out of town right now. Sent one clip out for someone to see if they still work. Haven't heard back yet with results. I know they have 7mm 1938 and I think DWC. Will have to double check.
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