Not sure Why I would want some..
3.33 a round seems a bit high.
WWII brass is some of the best out there.
It would be a great place to start match brass from.
We knew how to make shit right back then.
1952 Remington (RA52) 50BMG brass is excellent also and it is noncorrosive. This Korean vintage 50BMG shows up once in a while for sale.
That is pretty interesting. Wonder where they dug that up from? I'd like some just to have the case.
I really like the "Do not use as food container" part of the can.
Dosent the brass get brittle over time? It does seem like the price is high esp for corrosive.
I've always been under the impression that WWII 50 BMG ammo is too hot to have fun with. When I look at the Military specs. I know I don't want to load that how for my rifle. Right now I'm getting 2800 FPS with API and I'm only using 220 grs WC860. If you load it like the military specs say it would be 235 grs and I just would not want to do it.