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Looking for an ID on this belt of machine gun blanks?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by HunttheWumpus, Jan 17, 2013.

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  1. HunttheWumpus

    HunttheWumpus Member

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    Hi all, new member, thank you for allowing me to join in.

    Can anyone ID this belt of crimped linked ammo? I'm thinking they are plain crimped blanks, headstamp seems to be LC 93 (?).

    http://imgur.com/STHKT

    http://imgur.com/2Wzzl

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. Float Pilot

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    Looks like a belt of Lake City Arsenal 7.62mm blank ammo for the M-240....
     
  3. 303tom

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    It`s 7.62x51 NATO blanks for a MG..................Lake City, 1993.
     
  4. conrad427

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    GADS! dont show those to your neighbors! They will think you are a nut!
     
  5. HunttheWumpus

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    Ah yes thank you all, very much appreciated!! I'll keep the belt away from the neighbors if they look squeamish conrad :)
     
  6. jonnyc

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    And if you live in a state that bans mags over 10 rounds a belt of more than 10 is probably also illegal. They are both usually defined as high-capacity feed devices.
     
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