Very likely, like I said they are probably about 35+ years old, as I had gotten them from my grandpa’s house soon after he passed away several years ago. He had no guns at the time but he did have those cartridges. He was a part of the Air Corp. He flew everything as he transported planes around. He got sick right before WW2 so he never went. He could have obtained this gun later though.
After talking to my mom it’s also possible my uncle could have gotten these, as he fought in Vietnam in the Navy as a signalman.
Also it is not clear to me if it is possible to remove them from the clips, I have tried; the “BWN ASSY 11010483” is the ONLY text visible (It is along the bottom of the clip attachment itself). I can’t see the bottom of the rounds.
I’ve made an account and re-uploaded images onto Imageshack to facilitate better viewing. :) Links Below:
Thanks very much for your replies so far.
Also one more thing, I’m pretty sure they aren’t worth anything as they are, but I suppose they don’t even have any real “antique” value either, correct? I’m doing this mostly out of curiosity.