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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    I know, I understand...if it's in good shape then it's in good shape. As long as I've suggested you look at it then I feel better. Likely be fine...let us know.
    I might stop by and visit him today and ask for a couple of cans to checkout. I need to spot by and see how he's doing anyhow os it give me an excuse. Pictures to follow...
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    I went to pick up two Remington Model 12 .22 rifles and the Yugoicon SKS today, found three Mausers but more on those later.

    On my way home, I stopped by my friend's house and he gave me a couple can of the NORMA 203 out of the case and gave me Norma Load Data pamphlet -- sadly no load data for the 7.62x39; So I guess i'll have to figure that one out for myself. Anyhow, as far as the can go, the are clean.. not even a bit of discoloration on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    not even a bit of discoloration on them.
    You got that right, guess they're ok from the can condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by browningautorifleicon View Post
    ou got that right, guess they're ok from the can condition.
    The case was just opened about a week ago form what he told me. He has way more then I thought he did. A LOT MORE... and a bunch of Remington 9 1/2 Large Rifle primers.

    I'm going to load-up five minimum load 270Win and see what the powder does. Wish I had a 7.62X39 load but until I know what the powder does I'm not going to work up a load for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by usabaker View Post
    Wish I had a 7.62X39 load
    I doubt you'll find one. I wouldn't without a pressure gun to work up loads... Those Remington primers should be good to go.
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    I do my best to hang on to things that are knowledge based, parts usable etc. I do my best to proceed with discretion when deciding to reduce clutter but it usually does bite me in the rear

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    Over the years I've picked up one or tins of Nobels Rifle and Pistol powders, and glad I kept the book they issued for them.


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