I got a proverbial cigar box of cartridges and a few caught my eye right off the bat. I think I know what they are but would like a quick and dirty confirmation ID, if possible. No photos yet although I can provide same. I believe some of these have been discussed on the Forum before but I’m too busy (lazy) to search for the info.
7.62x51 pre NATO, FA52, extended case w/rose petal crimp. (Grenade??)
7.62x51 pre NATO, FA 53, brass case tin plated, GM bullet non magnetic.
7.62x51, FA 66, no NATO mark, GM magnetic with White tip.
UMC PROTECTOR, tiny little thing, 30 caliber?, CL .365, RN Lead bullet.
WRA CO 32-44 S&W, .975" CL, one with single ball seated deep, other with single ball? seated flush with case mouth. Gallery and Target??
Forgot one thing. many of the junk rounds were lacquered at one time and the lacquer on most is chipped and in a sorry state. As such they are next to useless as trading stock. Is there a general consensus as to a quick and easy way to remove old lacquer by dipping or soaking in something. It seems that stuff is harder than a politicians heart.