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Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

Article about: I found this bandolier of 7.92 Mauser ammo today at the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot and Military Gun Show. Good price, and I didn't have any stripper clips for the K98, so I grabbed it. Thi

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    Default Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

    I found this bandolier of 7.92 Mauser ammo today at the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot and Military Gun Show. Good price, and I didn't have any stripper clips for the K98, so I grabbed it.
    Thing is, there are no markings on the bandolier. The headstamp is dated 1938 but I'm not sure if this is German or if was Czech made (or elsewhere). Anyone have any ideas? Thanks!
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    Default Re: Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

    ammo could be german,,,bandolier is postwar

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    Default Re: Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

    Thanks! I didn't have any high hopes - but ya never know!

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    Default Re: Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

    The ammo is Turkish made,don`t know about the bandolier ,could be Turkish.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Default Re: Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

    Thanks, guys. I'll just shoot it up, then.

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    Default Re: Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

    Constant practice makes a good marksman.
    SteveR

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    Default Re: Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

    Quote by roger9344 View Post
    Thanks, guys. I'll just shoot it up, then.
    Make sure you clean good after shooting that stuff!

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    Default Re: Identify this ammunition/bandolier? 7.92, 1938

    Thank you, gentlemen. Indeed! practice is not only necessary, but good for the soul. I always assume corrosive if source is unknown, and cleaning after shooting is part of the ritual. I don't like to put up a dirty weapon.

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