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My grandpa was a rock hound that spent a lot of time in the Southwest. I got an old wooden box of oddball cartridges from him a while back. A lot of 43 head stamped, spent 50 cal cases. Guessing he came across an old gunnery range.
One had this yellow tipped round that’s obviously been fired...
I'm fairly new to the AR building world. I have to admit, I'm not a fan of the majority of handguards I see on AR's but found a couple that caught my eye. I've noted the "cookie cutter" tubes that everyone seems to carry but was looking for something with a little more design to them.
These shotguns belonged to my Great Grandfather (I never have seen), my dad handed them down today to me and his grandfather (whom he never met either). The story is that these two shotguns were wore out in North Dakota shooting birds.
Not sure of their age but here they are.