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An original 1950 Israeli 7.92 (8x57) round which has been rendered completely inert and refitted with the original head. The case is brass, marked 48 with a six pointed star. Israel issued captured Mauser rifles at the very beginning of its foundation, and later converted many to shoot 7.62 NATO, so the 8mm (7.92) rounds are relatively rare from a period of very early development. Primer has been deactivated by firing to prove clear of explosives. Cases are brass. Heads are copper FMJ. Please note that all rounds have no propellant or live primers. This is a deactivated 7.92 bullet. Please note that price is for ONE round only. NB: All inert ammunition travelling must be shipped by courier.
A view of the bases of some of the cartridges.
The 8mm cartridge compared to a coin.
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