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    Whats It Worth?

    Hello guys
    I hope some one here can assist me on a question
    I have106 rounds of 30 cal ammo, brass stamped
    PC43
    LC33
    LC53
    Would any one here know what it would bring?

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    It is US 30/06 M2 ball. It is all corrosive.
    I think you misread the LC 33 because LC didn't exist till 42 - unless it is Not US?.
    If nice clean ammo it will probably bring 25/30˘ a rd. Many will not want it because it is corrosive, but someone will.
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    Its 30 cal as stated in my thread not 3006, this ammo is for M1icon-Carbine
    and the brass stamps are correct
    PC43
    LC33
    LC53
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    Would have been nice IF you had said Carbine in your original post! Admittedly the difference is really small - about like night and day, But!
    If that headstamp is LC 33 then it is Not US made. As I said Lake City (LC) did Not start production till 1942 - My mother worked there from opening till the summer of 1944.
    Also there was NO M1icon 30 Carbine ammo loaded - even for experimental purposes before 1940 so it would be really nice to see a photo of this round that did not yet exist - anywhere in the world - for 7 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarge13 View Post
    Would have been nice IF you had said Carbine in your original post! Admittedly the difference is really small - about like night and day, But!
    If that headstamp is LC 33 then it is Not US made. As I said Lake City (LC) did Not start production till 1942 - My mother worked there from opening till the summer of 1944.
    Also there was NO M1icon 30 Carbine ammo loaded - even for experimental purposes before 1940 so it would be really nice to see a photo of this round that did not yet exist - anywhere in the world - for 7 years.
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    Sarge I stand corrected I dont know where the LC33 came from.
    The rounds are PC43 LC53
    Augh! I was just testing you, Sorry,
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    thanks for your help
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    Don't be too hard on yourself. Sometimes the 5 stampings can look like a 3 until you look a little closer.

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