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About This Kynoch 30.06 Springfield AmmunitionKynoch is one of the best known British manufacturers of large game cartridges in the world. Were you going on holiday from Westminster in search of elephant and Cape buffalo, you’d very likely bring along a case of Kynoch’s 700 Nitro Express or other walloper of a cartridge. Kynoch has been around since the 19th century, however, and has produced quite a great deal of smaller cartridges during their considerable time in business. This surplus 30-06 ammo from the 1950s exemplifies British engineering and attention to detail.
This round features a 148 grain projectile, with the full metal jacket that qualifies it for use during international warfare. It’s a little too late to participate in the Mau Mau Uprising, Jebel Akhdar War, or other conflict that the UK may have used this round during, but an FMJ will prove an invaluable companion as you’re sharpening your aim at the range and don’t wish for your bore to rapidly foul with lead residue.
This cartridge features a brass casing, which alongside its non-corrosive primer helped it to weather long-term storage thus far. Take note that the round’s Berdan primer rather precludes it from handloading, as its casing won’t work with the conventional Boxer primer that we all know and love today.
|Ammo Caliber||30.06 Springfield|
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