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How good are you? (Some plastic cartridges)

 
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:07 PM
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How good are you? (Some plastic cartridges)

A month or so ago, I posted a picture of a few cartridges and in no time flat, you guys had deduced what they where.--> Here's a challenge for you all. -

Here is another one for you. I dug around in my box of 'cartridges' (aka bullet collection) and found the ones that contained plastic in the cartridge.

To make it easier, I put a common cartridge on each end. On the left side is the ever popular 25-20 and on the right, another .25 caliber, the formidable 25-35.

Hope you enjoy the challenge.



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Dang AJ, you stumped me on the last one. This could take a while.
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Dang AJ, you stumped me on the last one. This could take a while.

Musta stumped everyone?

Anyone want a hint to any of them?

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Re: How good are you? (Some plastic cartridges)

Left to right

The first is a 8mm simunition the second a lyman snap and the 3rd is a dumey round for a 30-03
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Left to right

The first is a 8mm simunition the second a lyman snap and the 3rd is a dumey round for a 30-03
The first is a 9mm Simunition (shoots paintball for practice LE/Mil)

#2 Keep trying
#3 Keep trying

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Old 09-13-2008, 02:27 PM
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Every time I have used the Sim rounds I had to replace my M9 barrel with an 8mm barrel to fire SIM rounds. It is designed that way to prevent a live round from being fired in a force on force traning. I just took a shot at the other two.
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The 2nd one looks like a 44-40 dummy.
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