500 Round Can - 7.5x54 French FMJ Ball Military Surplus Ammo Made In 1975 by Gevelot - Read Description

500 Round Can - 7.5x54 French FMJ Ball Military Surplus Ammo Made In 1975 by Gevelot - Read Description

500 Round Can - 7.5x54 French FMJ Ball Military Surplus Ammo Made In 1975 by Gevelot - Read Description500 Round Can - 7.5x54 French FMJ Ball Military Surplus Ammo Made In 1975 by Gevelot - Read Description500 Round Can - 7.5x54 French FMJ Ball Military Surplus Ammo Made In 1975 by Gevelot - Read Description
500 Round Can - 7.5x54 French FMJ Ball Military Surplus Ammo Made In 1975 by Gevelot - Read Description500 Round Can - 7.5x54 French FMJ Ball Military Surplus Ammo Made In 1975 by Gevelot - Read Description
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SKU: 7.5French-500AC

Description Notice: Some of this ammo has minor amounts of corrosion on the headstamp, we have pictures posted of some of the 'worst-case' conditions. Most of the ammo is very clean, but some rounds may have minor corrosion which should not effect the function of the ammo, this may vary some more or less depending on the can you get. The boxes are were almost all opened at the top, and due to age and the way they are constructed, some of the boxes may fall apart to some degree

500 Round Can of 7.5x54 French FMJ Ball Military Surplus Ammo For Sale

Original military 7.5 French ammo made In France by Gevelot, year of manufacture appears to all be 1975 but there may be other years in the mix. We packaged this ammo in new M2A1 cans. Projectile is non magnetic on examined lots, and believed to be 139 grain. Case mouth and primer pockets are sealed with lacquer. Primer is Berdan type and believed to be non-corrosive.

 

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Customer Reviews

Very nice and clean ammo. Only a little dusty. All cartridges passed the shake test. The ammo boxes are falling apart, but that's to be expected of cardboard that's roughly 45 years old. When I get the money, I will order more for sure.
Unfortunately, majority are hangfires. When they do fire the rounds cycle my Mas 49/56 fine.