To shoot or not to shoot

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by RVTECH, Jul 21, 2012.

  1. RVTECH

    RVTECH
    Wickiup Junction
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    I have a nice collection of old (some valuable) full and partially full boxes of old Winchester ammo but one of them is a 1967 Montgomery Ward 'Hawthorn' box with 18 rounds of 30-30 in it (came with a Winchester I traded for a couple years ago) So shoot the ammo and save the box or leave it with the rest of the collection? I really don't see much value in the Monkey Ward box of ammo, not like my .33 or .348 Winchester boxes.
     
  2. deadshot2

    deadshot2
    NW Quadrant WA State
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    Sometimes the value is more in the "box" than the ammo inside. Take it to a gun show or a "collector's show" for cartridges, etc. Who knows, it may be worth the price of a gallon of gas or so.
     
  3. e55komp

    e55komp
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    i'd keep it, may not have too much value now, but who knows down the road.
     

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