192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips

192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips

192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips
192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips
192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips
192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips192 Round Can - .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips
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192 Round Can of .30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo on M1 Garand Clips for Sale

Packed on 8 round M1 Garand clips in cloth bandoliers, 6x8 round clips per bandolier, 4 bandoliers per ammo can. This ammo is late 1960s to early 1980s production from what we have seen but there could be ammo that is newer or older in the mix. This ammo was sold to us as Ethiopian in origin but it is possible that there could be ammo of other origins in the mix. This ammo has been tested to be non-corrosive and examined ammo has had boxer primers so spent cases could be reloaded. Given the mixed lot and mixed vintage of this ammo there is a chance that there could be ammo that is Berdan primer in the mix so we do not guarantee boxer primer, but it looks like that is how they made this ammo. Examined lots had projectiles that were magnetic composed of a lead core with a bi-metal jacket. The clips used to pack this ammo appear to be of 3 general variations, which are new, used and refurbished, however all appeared to be in good shape and useful. All in all the ammo looked very nice and clean and well built, the clips are mixed in condition but good for use, the bandoliers all looked like new and the M19A1 type ammo cans this ammo comes packed in are pretty rough with bent and broken handles, dents, rust and wear. IMO the best part about this ammo is getting the clips which have been scarce in recent years, and the ammo itself looks very nice too. I have added a bunch of pictures for you to check out this 30-06 Springfield 150 Grain FMJ Ethiopian Surplus Ammo we have for sale

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I can find no reviews on this stuff anywhere, so I took a gamble and bought the case. I thought worst case scenario I can pull the projectiles and use the brass. Ammo was received in a somewhat used 30 cal steel box. Measured the ammo within with my calipers and found an average length of 3.3240" with a few outliers around 3.3510". Fairly consistent cartridge length overall. The enblox clips look unused and functioned just fine. Ammo is super clean in appearance which makes me guess it was stored properly. I shot a whole bandolier with no hangfire or other issues to speak of. Brass is boxer primed and reloadable. Do not listen to the nausayers who avoid this stuff just because it was made in Africa. It functions just fine and may be the last surplus we see for a while. Get it while you can!