Except this auction is in England - p95Carry would know better than I, but my father-in-law told me any bullet components would be illegal to take back home, so you couldn't just buy a box for $20. That is probably about right for over there - collectors and such who aren't allowed to have functioning guns or ammo. They are probably filled with epoxy or something.Bruces45 said:Thats what I am thinking. Buy a box for $20 take the power out and sell the inert rounds for $1.86 apiece and make $166 profit. Hell yeah, one could get rich quick.
And are totally useless, they can't have dummy guns so why dummy ammo. I read a story in a British mag about buying guns in in jolly old. For about a K you get a small semi or .38 with 10 bullets. This all due to the Chunel they can smuggle any thing you want into the country. I also sent a PM to the seller that he had to be kidding, here in the good old US we can buy 50 live rounds for 8 bucks US, and if I want dummy rounds I will just go load my own.Captain Crunch said:The headstamp shows they were made by Israeli Military Industries.
They're dummy training cartridges.
Actually, dummy cartridges do have a legitimate purpose. To quote from U.S. Army Field Manual 23-35:Sheldon J said:And are totally useless, they can't have dummy guns so why dummy ammo.