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1940 German 7.92 rounds

Article about: Some more ammo for you all to enjoy, 1940 dated German 7.92 rounds. Head stamps marked 40 P25 IXg1 22 (Metallwarenfabrik Treuenbrietzen GmbH), these are deactivated with drilled cases and oi

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    Some more ammo for you all to enjoy, 1940 dated German 7.92 rounds. Head stamps marked 40 P25 IXg1 22 (Metallwarenfabrik Treuenbrietzen GmbH), these are deactivated with drilled cases and oil injected primers.
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    Hi Nice rounds you have these are some of the same caliber as your,s but i found them in Normandy there are some really nice ones out there to collect. Thanks for showing them. Dave.
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    About 15 years ago I bought 900 rounds of P25 1940 ammo, it was in the original 300 round battle packs. I sent it all downrange using a 1940 dated k98. Good ammo, but probably should have saved it for collectors. A great experience though to shoot the original ammo through the original rifle.

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