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Help Identify This .308/7.62 Ammo Please

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Husker1911, Mar 16, 2008.

  1. Husker1911

    Husker1911 Well-Known Member

    Bought in mid to late Nineties, I don't remember the manufacturer. Help, please! 200 round bundles. What is the approximate value, these days, of this 200 round pack? Thank you!

  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

    Try a magnet on it.

    If it sticks, it's steel case/brass washed Chinese made to imitate British ammo for insurgent use. It may be crossive primed.

    If it's brass case, it's real British Radway Green ammo.

    Value depends on which it really is.

  3. iamkris

    iamkris Well-Known Member

  4. Husker1911

    Husker1911 Well-Known Member

    Thank you. Case is non-magnetic. I appreciate the info. Care to hazard a guess at the value of the 200 rounds?
  5. jagdpanzer347

    jagdpanzer347 Well-Known Member

    In today's market, you could get .40-.50 a round relatively easily.

  6. Murphster

    Murphster Well-Known Member

  7. Husker1911

    Husker1911 Well-Known Member

    Thank you, gentlemen.
  8. iamkris

    iamkris Well-Known Member

    By the way, Brit Radway is considered to be some of the best. German Hirt, Brit Radway, Aussie and Portuguese are tops.
  9. pinstripe

    pinstripe Well-Known Member

    Man, Don't fire that stuff!!!! It needs to be disposed of properly. Carefully wrap all that you have and send it to me. I will make sure that this unsafe ammo will not get into the wrong hands. Just looking out for your safety!:D

    Just kiding man. That stuff is 1984 British Radway Green and I wouldn't sell it for less than 65 cents apiece. Radway ammunition is one of the best around today.

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