February 26th, 2017, 06:27 AM
Join Date: Jul 2015
If you do not have a M-1 Garand in 7.62X51 or .308 and do not plan on getting one, you can sell the en blocs and bandoleers and keep the ammo.
I would check the en blocs as to manufacturer, USGI WW II or Post War USGI en blocs are preferred by many M-1 Garand owners. I would also check to see what is printed on the bandoleers, if they are marked: 7.62MM. NATO, BALL M80, 8RD CLIPS, then the Lot number, they are worth more to some folks than the usual M14 bandoleers.