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Unique 7.62x39mm Rounds

Discussion in 'Ammunition Classifieds' started by mrchris, Jan 7, 2013.

  1. mrchris

    mrchris United States New Member

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    Okay so these are rounds I likely picked up at a WAC show back in the early 90's.
    Brand new, in blister packs, East German 7.62x39 rounds labeled M43 UB -2-. 10 blister packs of 10 rounds (100 rds total).

    Quick internet search suggests that these are very high velocity rounds with low weight semi-plastic bullets that depending on the story read were either for training or for use around sensitive areas because of the softer/frangible nature.

    I'm thinking $35 or make an offer or trade for .45acp or 9mm rounds.

    thanks

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  2. saxon

    saxon springfield Active Member

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    where are you located and what kind of 45 you lookin for?
     
  3. mrchris

    mrchris United States New Member

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    I'm in Renton... I'm open as to what 45's, breaking in a new 1911 and finding what it likes best still.
     
  4. mrchris

    mrchris United States New Member

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    bump - still available
     
  5. eternalphoenix64

    eternalphoenix64 Washougal, WA Member

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    Is there anything that says or do you know if they are boxer-primed (reloadable) or berdan-primed (not reloadable)?
     
  6. mrchris

    mrchris United States New Member

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    I have no clue... I bought these at the WAC show at some point in the early to mid 90's in a sealed bag. Came across them and dug up what I could but info is pretty scarce.