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    Well, I finally decided that it probably would be...

    Well, I finally decided that it probably would be best to open the can to see what's inside (curiosity had a bit to do with it too...) And a good thing I did. as it answered some of my questions. ...
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    115311115312115313Took some pics of the can, hope...

    115311115312115313Took some pics of the can, hope I can attach them to this post....

    Can anyone explain the Cryllic writing on this can, specifically, how many rounds are inside and what type?
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    Yes, you are correct, it is a soldered...

    Yes, you are correct, it is a soldered zinc-plated can and no signs of rust or having been opened. The metal does have a bit of white powder on it, understand its just zinc-oxide, rather common...
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    Thanks for the reply, but the ammo tin I have is...

    Thanks for the reply, but the ammo tin I have is dated 1948 so its not anything pre-1908
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    Vintage Russian Mil-surp Ammo Question

    Have been going through my ammo "resources", thinning out some non-used items prior to an upcoming relocation. Ran across a sealed tin of Russian 7.62x54R that I bought many years ago & forgot I...
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