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    Please post some pictures especially of head stamps and links.
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    Rick,

    Here is a link to give you a idea on what current prices are for either 7.62 or .308
    http://www.gunbot.net/ammo/rifle/308/
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    People--this stuff is over 50 years old. It is not known how it was stored since manufactured when Bob Hope was touring Vietnam. It is good for brass after the bullet is pulled or just to go out and burn ammo HOWEVER, not in any forearm I own.

    Maybe a .20 a round given the information known.

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    This outfit seems to have an average price.


    https://www.luckygunner.com/rifle/308-ammo

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    If it's Lake City (LC) headstamped it would be at the top as far as milsurp ammo goes.
    I’d rather be in the middle of nowhere than in any city on earth.

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    I have some US .308 that I have owned since about 1970 and have kept it in original military cans. When I open the cans, I can smell the nitro!


 
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