When I got the Western .38Spl Super-Match, I also got a bunch of 7.92 ammo. A lot of it is prewar, like DMW 1937. 22 5 round strippers all total. The rds on the strippers are reasonably clean, mostly just a dull patina. Perhaps 5-10 of them have a bit of corrosion like you see in the picture, far right stripper in the second row, second cartridge from the left.
Also a full plain cardboard box of 44 rds of bright, shiny ammo marked 7.92 MM 42. From searching this board I think this is supposed to be ammo made in Canada during the war to give to partisan groups fighting the Germans.
Anyway, I would appreciate any info on whether this stuff is collectible and what it might be worth. There’s 153 rds total.
Here’s a scan of headstamps and a picture of the strippers and box. I apologize for the scan quality but I am completely new at this. Any tips on a better scan appreciated.
Here is the actual ammo with the box of 7.92 MM 42 in the middle.