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Something else to keep in mind, is the new "Win-Clean" ammo uses the lead free primers which are subject to going "stale" and not doing their job.

I'm still reading up on this, but it has been confirmed by other members here on the forum.

The Roman Empire fell due to a large, corrupt government, overspending, an overextended military, insecure borders, and the illegal immigration of Goths, barbarians (anyone who was not educated), and religious fanatics. ".does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in people's minds.."--Samuel Adams Luke - "When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own house, his possessions are undisturbed." NASB I wouldn't be too concerned about the manufacturing date.

I've got some Greek .30-06 ammo made in '76 that shoots fine.

I bought this ammo off of Target Sports not a individual.

One is: CT561AYE129849K6683Other end is:9052775_170751_1/1325123AI don't want to assume anything but is the "1_1/13 the month and year? I'm still reading up on this, but it has been confirmed by other members here on the forum.

The Win-Clean ammo costs a bit more so I would suggest using it for practice and if you're stockpiling ammo, make sure it is NOT utilizing new lead free primers.

The "lead free" primers might be a concern, but the "good old stuff" will last a long time if not abused in storage.

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2nd box Manufactured by Winchester in a sealed box of 20 marked as follows; .30 ARMY FULL PATCH (picturer of cartridge) For Krag Jorgensen and Winchester Model 95 Repeating Arms Box has red W on both side panels Again, any clue to how old and are these "collectable?

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