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    More unknown ammo, any ideas?

    In cleaning out the ammo bunker for my old friend we discovered these unopened packages
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    Left tin is Romanian 7.92x57, and the right tin is Albanian 7.62x54R.

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    This makes sense because in his collection are at least one VZ24. There are 4 Mausers if you don't count the two Siamese Mausers both of which are immaculate. So 6 all together.
    Should I buy them for myself, or help an old mn sell them?

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    All the 1950's Romanian 8mm I have seen is steel cased , 154 grain steel core boat tail .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxson50 View Post
    Should I buy them for myself,
    It works either way, the ammo is likely good so he gets the cash either way. You get a smack of useable ammo...
    Regards, Jim

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    Any ideas on the value of these unopened tins of ammo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaxson50 View Post
    the value
    You should be able to find current prices on surplus ammo dealers' sites...local to you.

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