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    Old and not so old

    box of 276 pedersen from 1929 -- for the garand I believe --Click image for larger version. 

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    WWII box of 30 carbine

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    That is super cool! I'm jealous! I'd love to come across some vintage .276 or better yet a Pederson rifle! I REALLY like his toggle delayed rifles, very neat piece of history behind it all. Can you tell if there is a wax coating on the ammo? It would have been required for the Pederson rifles but not the Garand.
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    That is cool!
    Quite rare I figure too.
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    the 276 does not seem to be coated -- label includes powder used -
    I have two boxes, one unopened --

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pavogrande View Post
    the 276 does not seem to be coated -- label includes powder used -
    I have two boxes, one unopened --
    Since the powder used in that loading is listed on the box, which is neat, I would imagine it would probably have listed on the box if it was lubricated. Just curious!
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    This innocent till proven guilty is more like a fantasy as time goes on. I don't know about you folks, but I for 1 am getting mighty tired of having to prove I'm innocent just because of what someone else thinks....

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    No mention on the box of being lubed nor do the cases appear lubed

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