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Old 10-11-2019, 9:21am   #9
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Originally Posted by JRD77VET View Post

As long as it has been kept dry ( not corroded / green) it will be fine to shoot. Older ammo may have corrosive primers. It's still safe to shoot but cleaning after shooting is mandatory

Right on! I have shot a lot of WW1 ammo and 99% of it works fine. FWIW I fired off some WW2 .45ACP that was loaded in magazines for over 50 years and the ammo and the magazines functioned perfectly.

As noted above a good cleaning is mandatory!
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