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    Nitro's and B.P's

    I dragged the collection out just to have another peruse over what has taken a few years to amass as you can appreciate English N.E's are pretty hard to come by in Aus.
    There are some rare ones the 33 BSA is not often seen, 505 Gibbs, .577's .300 Flanged and so on the center dark dumpy looking one is a 600 Nitro with the Woodleigh 900 grainer for comparison, missing is the .700 Nitro with the 1000gn solid as it is packed away. The coiled round on the Rt side is the only inert round, it is extremely hard to import these rounds even as a licensed cartridge collector as no one will post live rounds so you have to fossick as best you can. Hope you enjoy them

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    collecting cartridges



    I like your collection of Nitros and B. P. cartridges. Here is some of my collection
    (do not have photos of everything) I have a lot of military cartridges and a small
    collection of 7,62x51 starting with the FA 46 300 Savage which is pictured.

    Robert

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    That rolled case 7th picture does it have the small inspection window opening near the base as that would make it Kynoch manufacture, the jewel of my whole collection is an un-opened full packet(Yellow box) of .33 BSA that I stumbled across and got for $175/AU last year there is a cartridge seller who is on the web was charging $80/round when he can get them the price is not there now but was last year when he had some here's the link AMMO-ONE collectible_ammunition,ammunition,collectible_ammo , ammo,cartridges,rare_ammunition,bullets,hard_to_fi nd_ammunition,sabots,books,cartridge_books,ammo_bo oks,autographed_ammo_books,gun_books,books_on_guns ,books_on_bullets,bullet_books

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    The rolled case 577/450 is without the small inspection window opening near the base, do not believe that I have seen one here in the USAicon. I see that the clips for the Frenchicon RSC 1917 semi auto rifle (third photo) are selling for about $100 now. I have a good friend that owns one of these rifles in good working order.

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    Kynoch

    Kynoch on the Rt hand side small inspection window evident showing a complete wrap as that was its function
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    Cinders, thank you for posting the photo, very interesting with the small inspection window.

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    I will get the metrics out one day as there are a couple there not often seen like the Schuler and the Nimrod (9.3 x 82mm) and a few others glad you have enjoyed them I guess it has taken something like 42 years to amass the N.E's a long slow process as I like to have live rounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by CINDERS View Post
    I like to have live rounds
    I'm with you there, short of the really big ones.
    Regards, Jim

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    The .600 Nitro looks like it should take batteries

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    cartridges (around 50 caliber )




    Left 55 Boys, middle pre WW2 50 Cal Browning and 12,7x108 Sovieticon which is Chinese marked

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