Interesting Vintage 38 Special Shot Caps
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    Interesting Vintage 38 Special Shot Caps

    A friend gave me these Remco Shot Caps. The brass is W-W. I believe these to be mid to late 60’s.
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    Apparently “Reasonable Care” does not include a consistent overall length. I pushed a couple against my bench and they seem to be crimped tight. There are 23 rounds in the box and I’ll bet 23 different overall lengths
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    Old ammo does fascinate me. That box is very interesting. Those might be worth a couple of dollars now.
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    Paul

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    That's pretty doggone cool! Like Tenn said, I like old stuff like that. But I'm afraid if I were to attempt to collect them, my reloading room would look like a hoarder house.
    Kenny


 

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