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Old September 29, 2012, 02:01 PM   #101
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That said, I was just going to ask you how old is the ammo in the pic?
I'm not real sure, I think the Remington dates from around WWII +or- a couple years. The Winchester is probably from the '50's and I bought the Peters to hunt ground squirrels with when I was around 13 or so (1964). I also have a brick of Sears branded .22's that I bought around the same time.
Wow--That must bring back some memories.

Not a problem I guess provided it was kept dry and in a 'relatively normal' temperature environment. I often see the "How old is too Old Ammo" thread...I personally have never actually fired very old ammo.
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Old September 30, 2012, 09:12 PM   #102
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