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2013 PA Cartridge Show

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by jonnyc, Jan 22, 2013.

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  1. jonnyc

    jonnyc Member

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    Plan Ahead!!!

    PENNSYLVANIA CARTRIDGE COLLECTORS
    19TH ANNUAL SHOW
    AUGUST 16-17, 2013

    HOLIDAY INN OF MORGANTOWN
    230 CHERRY LANE, MORGANTOWN, PA 19543



    BRING YOUR CARTRIDGES:
    BUY, SELL, TRADE !!!

    AMMUNITION-RELATED COLLECTIBLES: MILITARY, HUNTING, RIMFIRE, INERT ORDNANCE, SHOTSHELLS, BOXES, LOADING TOOLS AND MORE!!!

    CALL: 1-610-286-3000 FOR HOTEL RESERVATIONS OR FURTHER HOTEL INFO
    (Reserve your room by July 25th to get the Show Rate! Mention “PCC” Group Code)

    EIGHT FOOT SALES TABLES ARE $45 EACH – RESERVE SPACE NOW!

    *** SHOW HOURS: ***

    FRIDAY (8/16) 7:30 AM – 8:00 PM
    SATURDAY (8/17) 7:30 AM – 12:00 NOON
    (Set-Up on the 15th – TABLE HOLDERS ONLY !!!)

    FOR TABLE RESERVATIONS OR
    SHOW INFORMATION, CONTACT:

    JON COHEN (610) 933-7318 or DAVID SUTTON (610) 415-0572

    E-MAIL: pactgshow@verizon.net
     
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    .64 caliber Gast Principle Dimensions

    I am looking for info on the .64 caliber ammo used in Gast Principle machine guns. These experimental guns were used only in 1942 in B-17s in the Southwest Pacific. They were removed and scrapped after the Battle of the Coral Sea. It was apparently loaded at the Twin Cities Arsenal and has a case head similar to the .50 BMG. Any information would be appreciated.
     
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    All the dealer tables are full, should be a great show!
    I hope some of you guys will try to make it.
     
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