I have a white box of 30-06 MATCH 175 Grain Bullets. The box reads the following:
175 Grain Bullet
Non-Corrosive, Boxer Primed
Unfired U.S. Military Brass
Manufactured in the U.S.A.
These cartridges are intended for use only in arms of good condition originally chambered and designed for this cartridge. TALON Manufacturing Co., Inc. disclaims any responsibility for any damages or injuries resulting from reloading and the use of reloaded cartridges.
TALON Manufacturer Company, Inc… 575 Bevans Industrial Lane, Paw Paw Virgina 25434
The box has a bird over a square filled with smaller squares and says TALON below that.
Upon opening the box on the lid there is a serial number ending with a WF1||. The head stamp on the ammo is LC 67 MATCH. I am told by a US Army sniper that this was the ammo they used in the sniper rifles during the Vietnam war, he said they shot allot of this stuff back then. I was told the WF in the serial number stands for white feather. Does anyone have any additional information?