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vic2_187
07-30-2005, 02:39
i hope to only sell it with in cavite, i dont feel like driving all the way to manila.

from USA, not local. S and B brand full metal jacket, with laquered primers... 60 each, i have a box of 50. So 3000 pesos for the box, i also have some loose hornady +p hollow points that i will throw in for free.

pls contact me at 0917-326-4762

mikol
07-30-2005, 03:14
Originally posted by vic2_187
i hope to only sell it with in cavite, i dont feel like driving all the way to manila.

from USA, not local. S and B brand full metal jacket, with laquered primers... 60 each, i have a box of 50. So 3000 pesos for the box, i also have some loose hornady +p hollow points that i will throw in for free.

pls contact me at 0917-326-4762
just pm bertud ny putik 'coz i think he is also from cavite. he might be interested. :) and you can also post this in buy and sell thread. :)

batangueno
07-30-2005, 03:28
I think you should know that new 45cal S&B fmj cost around P25 each at PB.

Mang Danny
07-30-2005, 10:19
keep your S & B ammo. The sealant around the bullet and primers means you can store them for extended time.

isuzu
07-30-2005, 10:48
Has somebody ever come across MFS ammo? I bought mine sometime in 1990. They were packaged in white boxes of 25 rounds each. They also had red color seals on the primer and on the case neck and are berdan-primed . I tested a couple in my G17 and the recoil was low. When I inspected the inside of the shell, I noticed that there was little or no residue at all.

Mang Danny
07-30-2005, 13:50
There are 2 entries for MFS headstamp on this website: http://cartridgecollectors.org/headstampcodes_bottom.htm
My guess is Hungarian origin.
:)

vic2_187
07-30-2005, 14:36
P25 each? winchester is selling so high, and the white box stuff is made in chekoslovakia also like s & b diba? and winchester doesnt seal their primers....

this 45 ammo i got is just some loose stuff here at the house, mostly got 9mms here.. so if anyone is interested still, just let me know.. thanks..

lazyjohn
07-30-2005, 14:59
Winchester is only slightly higher than S&B. For .45, you can get S&B for $7.50/box of 50 and Winchester for $8.00/box at gunshows if you buy a whole case (1,000 rds). About the same price as the Armscor that's being sold here. I shoot all three brands, depending on which my dealer friend "has on special." BTW, I am looking at a Winchester box, it says Made in the U.S.A. Maybe the one sold in the Philippines is made in the Czech republic. YMMV.

isuzu
07-30-2005, 21:48
Originally posted by Mang Danny
There are 2 entries for MFS headstamp on this website: http://cartridgecollectors.org/headstampcodes_bottom.htm
My guess is Hungarian origin.
:)

Magyar Löszergyártó Kft., Mátravidéki Fémmüvek, H-332 Sirok, Hungary

Thanks Mang Danny! Got it! I also found the manufacturers of my M16 ammo with GE and GF stamps. The bullets have a rounder profile compared to the M193 rounds. They have a green seal on the primer, and when I fired it, the muzzle blast was minimal and the color is greenish blue.

vega
08-03-2005, 08:47
Originally posted by isuzu
I tested a couple in my G17 and the recoil was low. When I inspected the inside of the shell, I noticed that there was little or no residue at all. Is it corrosive?

vega

isuzu
08-03-2005, 23:46
Originally posted by vega
Is it corrosive?

vega

I really have no idea if MFS uses corrosive primers. Hope not. But do some ammo manufacturers still use corrosive primers? I know that pre-1955 M1 Carbine rounds have corrosive primers.

vega
08-04-2005, 08:21
Originally posted by isuzu
But do some ammo manufacturers still use corrosive primers? I know that pre-1955 M1 Carbine rounds have corrosive primers.
Wolf and some other military surplus.

vega

Mang Danny
08-04-2005, 10:57
Not all European ammo and mil-surp are corrosive but I clean my gear as having fired corrosive ammo. I use Wolf too. ;)