hawkblueinaz–One of the questions I notice throughout most of your questions on the Forum is “Any collector value”. ALL cartridges, from the 1850’s (and before) right up to the latest thing to come off a production line yesterday, have collector value to a collector that collects that cartridge and does not have it. The REAL question is “How much collector value does it have”. That is a question only the individual that wants it can answer. For instance, my current passion is 7.62x39. There are headstamps of countries that, even though they are currently being made by the millions, I have little or no access to here in the U.S., such as Pakistan, Nigeria, India, etc.These may be a lot more common in Europe, and thus have a lot less value there, but since they are rare here, I would be willing to pay probably 10 times what a collector in Germany might pay for the same round.
As to the question “Should I shoot it or save it”, only you can answer that. I see posting here on the Forum all the time about rounds that the poster says “I was out at the range today shooting this or that.” To that shooter, who has a case of the stuff, it is only shooting foder, but often it is a headstamp that I would love to have in my collection. So to me it is Collector Ammo, not shooting stock.
So, I guess what I am trying to say is that the question is meaninglessness. It depends on who is answering it.