My Dad gave me an old loaded round that on the headstamp reads" Peters" on the top, and “30 G 1906” on the bottom. If I read that correctly it’s a Peters 30 Caliber made in 1906, and I think the G stands for Goverment, perhaps a military loaded cartridge. So how am I doing? It looks like a 220 grain 30-06 cartridge. I’m open for any ideas on what I have.
I have some 30-06 cartriges from 1927, 1935, a whole bunch from 1941-1945, to include 1952 and 1953. Yes plenty of WWII and Korean brass. I even have some loaded blanks from WWII. I have a bunch of 30-06 brass that was used on Machineguns, I can tell by the primer pocket.
I have had practice with my pre60s 30-06 brass as in learning plenty on how to read the Headstamps. How Valuable is a round like the Perters from 1906. It’s the oldest round that I have.