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Old 05-02-2021, 02:32 PM
PRC148 PRC148 is offline
 
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Default //SoldOut// 7.62mm LC match and NM brass 1964-1990ís.

7.62mm Lake City match brass for sale. 1964-1990ís. $30/100 plus shipping for NM and $25/100 for Match. Sold in year lots or mix/match just tell me what you want. Please email direct to prc148@yahoo.com.

64 LC NM: 14 (SPF)
64 LC Match: (Sold Out)
65 LC NM: 58 (SPF)
65 LC Match: (Sold Out)
66 LC NM: (Sold Out)
66 LC Match: (Sold Out)
67 LC NM: (Sold Out)
67 LC Match: (Sold Out)
68 LC Match: (Sold Out)
71 LC Match: (Sold Out)
72 LC Match: (Sold Out)
77 LC Match: (Sold Out)
79 LC Match: (Sold Out)
81 LC Match: 147 (SPF)
81 LC NM: (Sold Out)
82 LC Match: (Sold Out)
82 LC NM: (Sold Out)
85 LC Match: 139 (SPF)
87 LC Match: (Sold Out)
88 LC Match: (Sold Out)
89 LC Match: 194 (SPF)
90 LC Match: (Sold Out)

.30 M2 Match Brass that will be up for sale soon. I'm listing this as "once-fired" with military primers and sealant. Let me know what you are looking for.

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Old 05-03-2021, 07:05 AM
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I bought some 67 Match brass from the seller (see pic - after a few hrs of tumbling). It’s once fired with military primer still in place.
(I have never seen unfired LC match brass covering 3.5 decades...)


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Old 05-03-2021, 02:49 PM
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OP:
Can you confirm if this is once fired or no?

RG:
"...(I have never seen unfired LC match brass covering 3.5 decades...)…."
The DCM/ CMP? has sold both 308 and 30-06 unfired LC Match brass.
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Old 05-04-2021, 06:18 AM
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Once fired. Every once in a great while I see one that has what appears to be a CCI silver primer but like the previous poster stated, 99.9% original primers. I have even found some boxes for later Match (M852, M852 Mexican) and NM brass and some Match ammo cans (63 & 64 XM118, M118 and T291). Iíll be listing those later. I canít remember the last time I saw XM brass.
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Old 05-04-2021, 07:02 AM
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Thanks RG. Unfired Match brass is somewhat of a Unicorn nowadays.
NFS


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Old 05-04-2021, 07:07 AM
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"...
Once fired. Every once in a great while I see one that has what appears to be a CCI silver primer but like the previous poster stated, 99.9% original primers. I have even found some boxes for later Match (M852, M852 Mexican) and NM brass and some Match ammo cans (63 & 64 XM118, M118 and T291). I’ll be listing those later. I can’t remember the last time I saw XM brass. …."

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Old 05-04-2021, 07:54 AM
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Once fired. Every once in a great while I see one that has what appears to be a CCI silver primer but like the previous poster stated, 99.9% original primers. I have even found some boxes for later Match (M852, M852 Mexican) and NM brass and some Match ammo cans (63 & 64 XM118, M118 and T291). Iíll be listing those later. I canít remember the last time I saw XM brass. Ö."

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Old 05-04-2021, 12:14 PM
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PRC148 - Match ammo cans from 1963-64? If possible, please save me a nice XM118 1963 can, as I need one if available. thxs!

(On edit: The ammo can in this picture is the wrong vintage, hence my request for a nice XM118 ammo can from 1963 (& boxes too if you find some spares)

(Btw, this is the vintage 1963 M14 NM stock I got from you a few years ago, after a nice refinish/restoration, thxs again)

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Old 05-09-2021, 12:04 PM
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I'll take all of these please: 67 LC NM (211 available)

Payment sent as per PM's

received 5/21 --- exactly as described and well packaged for shipping....

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Old 05-10-2021, 08:43 AM
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I'll take all of these please: 67 LC NM (211 available)
You got it. All 1967 NM sold pending funds.
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