Korean M2 Ball, Non-Corrosive?


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NEtracker
May 14, 2003, 11:00 AM
Is Korean M2 Ball, Non-Corrosive (supposed to be 1970's manufacture)?
I was just wondering, since I've been using Windex after shooting my M1903 like I do with my Mauser & Turk 1943 ammo.
I don't want to bother, if it's not needed with the Korean stuff.

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Mike Irwin
May 14, 2003, 12:21 PM
My rule of thumb...

If I'm shooting foreign military surplus ammo that does NOT have the NATO cross in circle on it, I treat it as if it is corrosive and clean accordingly.

It's hardly a difficulty to do so, and can save you a WORLD of head and heartache.

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