Assorted find of .303, 7MM, 7.92


#1

Found these in my stuff. Wondering if it’s the find of the century.
Sears NO. 56902, CAL. .303 MILITARY, AMMO 50 RDS (Interarmco) Headstamp - FN 12:00 / 50 6:00

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Maybe Spanish. Maybe Italian. 7MM Headstamp - P S 12:00 / 1946 6:00

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Unopened box of Rssuian 7.92. Headstamp ???

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#2

Your FN .303 ammo is very common, including the 50 date. The Sears box is much more interesting than the ammo. Your 7 x 57mm is Spanish, and also common. Again, the box is more interesting than the cartridges, in my opinion. Your 7.9 x 57 ammo should be headstamped * 12 * 54, and is Yugoslavian, not Russian. Both the box and ammo are common, and still on some gunshops shelves.


#3

So I guess I better retrieve my resignation letter from work. Oh well, there’s always the lottery.


#4

Hello slick rick,

I can see the marking on the .303 Mark IV clips, how are the 7mm clips marked?

gravelbelly


#5

I don’t know, Dave. You are getting more like Steptoe than the irishman was!

Regards
tony


#6

[quote=“TonyE”]I don’t know, Dave. You are getting more like Steptoe than the irishman was!

Regards
tony[/quote]

Tony,

Yes, Herb warned me that I was in danger of becoming hooked on clips, links, belts. I fear that I am already doomed!

gravelbelly


#7

Gravelbelly:

No markings at all on the 7MM clips. Inside or otherwise.

Rick