About 1000 rounds in 2 Ammo Cans- 8mm Mauser Iranian 1930s-1950s Surplus Ammo BAD AMMO - SOLD AS-IS FOR COMPONENTS ONLY

About 1000 rounds in 2 Ammo Cans- 8mm Mauser Iranian 1930s-1950s Surplus Ammo BAD AMMO - SOLD AS-IS FOR COMPONENTS ONLY

About 1000 rounds in 2 Ammo Cans- 8mm Mauser Iranian 1930s-1950s Surplus Ammo BAD AMMO - SOLD AS-IS FOR COMPONENTS ONLYAbout 1000 rounds in 2 Ammo Cans- 8mm Mauser Iranian 1930s-1950s Surplus Ammo BAD AMMO - SOLD AS-IS FOR COMPONENTS ONLYAbout 1000 rounds in 2 Ammo Cans- 8mm Mauser Iranian 1930s-1950s Surplus Ammo BAD AMMO - SOLD AS-IS FOR COMPONENTS ONLY
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SKU: 2cans-8mm

About 1000 round in 2 Ammo Cans- 8mm Mauser Iranian 1930s-1950s Surplus Ammo Sold AS-IS FOR COMPONENTS ONLY. Believed to be Iranian 1930's to 50's production. Corrosive berdan primer, non-magnetic projectile. Surplus goods sold "AS-IS" no warranty other than it will be as pictured. This ammo is not reliable and will have duds and hang fires, buyer beware, sold for use as components for reloading. This comes packed in 2 50 cal cans, due to weight they are shipped separately with about 500 rounds in each can. The process works like this, a 1000 round crate is opened to insure the product is not rotten and heavily corroded and the ammo is divided between 2 cans, so the total will be about 1000 rounds but each can may be more or less. There may be a small percentage of ugly corroded ammo in the mix, but not likely to be more than 10%

 

 

 

Customer Reviews

100% fire rate, but be warned, maybe 5 hangfires for every 50 rounds fired. No case splitting or erosion. Reloading these brass cases is a pain due to these cartridges using berdan primer pockets but not impossible.
Cases are tarnished (no signs of heavy corrosion) and in many cases dented and split at the neck. I would not shoot these cartridges as-is. Between the two cans I received, all cases appear to have the same headstamp which I believe to show 1952 production. I've been pulling down these cartridges for powder and projectiles and have found both to be perfectly salvagable. It saves me nearly $0.50 per reload over buying new production, brass-cased 8mm Mauser.