Two months ago I asked for a translation of the box label shown below. At the time I didn’t have the box or a photo. I’ve since bought it. The cartridges are headstamped OJP III 59. The bullets are 150 grain GMCS, powder charge is 54 grains of a flake powder.
John Moss was kind enough to translate the label as:
“OJP” . . . is the Austrian firm of Oesterreich Jagd Patronenfabrik . . .or "Austrian Sport (Hunting) ammunition factory. . .30-06 and not 7.62 NATO, and the GM1 stands for the Garand Rifle (Gewehr M1).
So, what can anyone tell me about the over-stamp indicating Match Ammunition? Original loads? For what matches?