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    30 X 173 short range

    Gents

    I got his in a lot where I was after something else. This is 30x173mm short range (blue plastic) from Nammo. They are as I have understood rare even in my country.
    My questions are: is there any more of them out there and is there any interest in these items?
    I have also seen some plastic clip for making belts instead of this metal once.
    Does anyone know the gun it is used in?

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    Freaky

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    Hey Rune

    Nice find there. Maybe one will accidentally find its way into the next Arkansas bound box. :-)

    Rick
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    Almost forgot, the training rocket is in hand. A superb one. Looks new.
    Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt.

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    Thanks Slick. Looking forward to that rocket
    Accidentally several was reported to have found their way into a box addressed to Arkansas

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    Hi Rune,
    These seems to be called P-SRTA-T (Plastic- Short Range Training Ammunition- Tracer) These are used in the CV9030 in the Mk-44 Bushmaster gun.
    Would be nice to add one to my collection!

    Regards, Cornman
    Last edited by cornman; 14th March 2012 at 01:38 PM.

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