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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullmag ***Phone Number Hidden*** (See Rules for more info)af3dc2d9a4838b54e&p=6540888#post6540888" rel="nofollow">View Post
    The special purpose military do they have painted tips in caliber 30-06 green, orange and green and white.
    Orange should be tracer.
    The green and white should be frangible.
    The green is hard to say without more info. I would need to see a picture to determine where and when it was made.
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    How do I go finding finding an approximate value for some my ammo? Have some military, 22 caliber, shotshell and 12 & 20ga slugs and some .32 + caliber rimfire. Fired 40-82 winchester case. Kinda pain in the butt to post all the pics here but if there is an interest can post some more of them.

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    ^^^^^^^The 220 Swift cartridges are awesome thanks for posting them. 1950's possibly? Are you interested in trading or selling them?

    I have some 32-40 made in Canada with an Imperial head stamp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullmag ***Phone Number Hidden*** (See Rules for more info)af3dc2d9a4838b54e&p=6541103#post6541103" rel="nofollow">View Post
    How do I go finding finding an approximate value for some my ammo? Have some military, 22 caliber, shotshell and 12 & 20ga slugs and some .32 + caliber rimfire. Fired 40-82 winchester case. Kinda pain in the butt to post all the pics here but if there is an interest can post some more of them.
    I would be interested in seeing and maybe buying/trading for your .32 + caliber rimfire and your military ammo depending on what everything turns out to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfhound ***Phone Number Hidden*** (See Rules for more info)af3dc2d9a4838b54e&p=6541104#post6541104" rel="nofollow">View Post

    I have some 32-40 made in Canada with an Imperial head stamp.

    FYI - That's some of the best .32-40 ammo ever made, loaded on the hot side for people who were still using the .32-40 for hunting into the 1970s. A cool old caliber, the Europeans even chambered it in a few drillings, cape guns, and single shot stalking rifles; the case shape is reminiscent of the Sauer family of cartridges that originated at about the same time (late 1800s).
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    pics of orange tip and green and white tip. The bases left to the right 2-orange, 3-green & white, 1-jacketed and 1-lead bullet 30-06 rem.
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    Pics of some rimfires: from left to right .22, .32, .38? the big one is a fired 32-40 rem-umc. sorry bout that wrong name. Also some interesting CCI 22 cal with cci in diamonds. The big rimfire is US and the littler one U. The .22 U with hi speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmmoManAaron ***Phone Number Hidden*** (See Rules for more info)af3dc2d9a4838b54e&p=6541147#post6541147" rel="nofollow">View Post
    I would be interested in seeing and maybe buying/trading for your .32 + caliber rimfire and your military ammo depending on what everything turns out to be.
    Will gather up everything send some pics but got to go now. Will send tomorrow.

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    Still shooting 32-40 although I make the ammo from 30-30 cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leadeye ***Phone Number Hidden*** (See Rules for more info)af3dc2d9a4838b54e&p=6541257#post6541257" rel="nofollow">View Post
    Still shooting 32-40 although I make the ammo from 30-30 cases.
    That is a really nice rifle Leadeye. I didn't know 32-40 cases could be made from 30-30 brass.

    I form 8x57 cases from surplus 30-06 cases just because reloadable 8x57 brass is so darn expensive.

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