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Military and Wartime1345 of 3944WWII First Aid Packet, U.S. Gov't - CARLISLE MODELWWII Coins
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Posted 2 years ago

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BHock45
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Here are the bullets and the bag they came in. I def. need some help here. Thanks everyone. Not sure if the bullet in picture four is just the tip or not.

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  1. gundoc1, 2 years ago
    In the first pic they look like 30/06. the ones with the groves are guard ammo,low power. Pic #2 also look like 30/06. the one with the metal band on it is from a belt for an michinegun. Pic#3 loohs like a 45acp,30m1 carbine,30/06 blank and two 50cal bullets. Can't see the head stamps so can't be certin.
  2. BHock45 BHock45, 2 years ago
    hey blunderbuss2 good to see you again! Bellin68 thanks for the love!

    I will try to help out here but my knowledge in this area is quite embarrassing...

    PHOTO 1: (Stamped on the bottom non grooved) 3- DEN42; 1- DEN43; 1- LC43;
    1- TW43
    (Grooved) 3- FMA 40

    PHOTO 2: 3- LC43; 1- SL42; 2- SL43; 1 (with band)- FA42

    PHOTO 3: thinnest bullet- WCC43; shortest- EC43

    I do not even know if these are the stamps you're looking for blunderbuss2...do these sell as collectibles?
  3. fossilhunter fossilhunter, 2 years ago
    I love that piece of shrapnel in picture 3. Imagine that 6 inch piece flying through the air at you...(((shivers))).
  4. BHock45 BHock45, 2 years ago
    seriously...yes, crazy.
  5. BHock45 BHock45, 2 years ago
    thanks for the loves fossilhunter, blunderbuss2, bellin68!
  6. Chrisnp Chrisnp, 2 years ago
    Quite a variety fo headstamps!
    LC- Lake City Arsenal
    TW – Twin Cities Arsenal
    FMA – ??
    SL – Saint Louis Ordinance Plant
    FA – Frankford Arsenal
    WCC – Winchester Cartridge Corp.
    EC- Evansville Ordnance Plant
    The numbers are the year of manufacture

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