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Posted: 4/11/2006 5:03:46 PM EDT
Going thru some "cans" and found one full of of this stuff. Is this stuff any better then the regular LC ought 6? Or, should I just shoot it up along with with my other surplus? My most accurate Garand is in 308 but I do have a "new" one that is close to perfect. Would it group better then plain "surp?"

I think I got this can a few shows ago for $35 from a going out of Biz dealer. He said he had it for quite a while, but it is in perfect condition.
Link Posted: 4/11/2006 7:37:46 PM EDT
It depends on the year of manufacture and storage conditions and your rifle. My LC '61 and '62 shot well in my rifle(actually won a match by my 600 yd score). My '67 and '68 has more fliers (my gun).
Link Posted: 4/12/2006 1:58:06 PM EDT



Originally Posted By gordonm1:
It depends on the year of manufacture and storage conditions and your rifle. My LC '61 and '62 shot well in my rifle(actually won a match by my 600 yd score). My '67 and '68 has more fliers (my gun).



It would be used in a very nice "42" WW2 Garand with an excellent bore. The BBL is a "43" but looks brand new. It is in a Boyd stock and is very tight.

I only have 3 30/06 rifles and all are Garands. The ammo is in perfect shape.
Link Posted: 4/12/2006 5:06:04 PM EDT
Yes LC 62 M72 Match is better than regular Ball.

$ 35 for a full can is a steal ! as the going price by the 400rd can is $2-250. If you aren't going to use it to shoot matches sell it or find someone to trade you 2:1 for LC M2 Ball.
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