REMEMBER WHEN THOSE WERE THE "CHEAP AMMO" 'CAUSE OF COROSIVE PRIMERS.$03 C A PIECE,BACK IN THE MID 60'S IT TOOK ME AN HOUR TO EARN ENOUGH TO BUY 100, WHEN THE GREEK AMMO CAME OUT IT TOOK ME ABOUT A HALF HOUR TO BUY 100, $7.00FOR A BOX OF 20, LC WAS GOING FOR $10.00,THU THE CLUB, LOOKS LIKE YOU AND I HAVE ABOUT THE SAME NUMBER OF '43 DEN CASES LEFTMY LATEST STASH IS ABOUT 500 LC 68-69
Back in 1960 the National Guard used our club range for their qualification. I was asked to be there, open the gate and hang around as a club representative. I was 18 years old. The Guardsmen policed up the range and filled a five gallon bucket with their empty brass. They gave it to me along with four bandoleers or M2 ammo. The brass was all LC 54. I used and gave away that bucket of brass for many years. I wish I had it back now.