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    Turkish 30-06 M.K.E., Greek 8mm P.C.M., & German 8mm S.m.K. Patrone Ammo. Just came!

    I came home after a week of Deer hunting in the Los Padres CHUNASH Wilderness here in California and found a box of surplus ammunition waiting for me.

    It looks much better than I expected, so I will be ordering some more of the .30 CAL M2 and maybe Greek 8mm P.C.M. next week (payday)

    This is the Turkishicon 30-06 151GR M.K.E.. I’m looking forward in taking this ammunition out the range. I bought two 180 round can of this.

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    I also picked up some Greek 8mm P.C.M. ammunition to try out, if I don’t get a bunch of hangfires, then I’ll pick-up some more as well. My Mauser seems to like the old stuff over the new commercial ammo.

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    Lastly, I bought three boxes of Steel Core Germanicon 8mm S.m.K. Patrone. I bought these just for the collection, Might shoot one box but seein’ how these are steel core, I don’t have much use for them.

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