This is a discussion on Cartridge Head Stamp Site within the Ammunition forums, part of the M14 M1A Forum category; Originally Posted by akell13
I found some brass on the range . CBC 12. I guess Brasilian. Had a circled cross also.
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I bought 500 pieces of brass at the local gunstore. It came from Everglades Ammo in Fl. The stuff comes sizes, polished, swaged, and trimmed. I've bought direct from them and usually most of the brass is Lake City, not this time. About half was SBS,PSD, PMJ, And TAA. Got a few pieces marked WCC, FC, And IVI. Got another question for you. Some ot the LC brass also has LR marked on it . Any ideas? All the brass has the NATO crosshair circle. Thanks for the help. I can see why you got the medal!
Silver State Armory would be correct. After looking at the website it is the same stampings on some brass that I got in a mixed bag. A few pieces were a little too loose in the primer pocket for my preference. Just FYI for others.
Thanks for the info XXIV Corps, greatly appreciated.
I would appreciate help in identifying the origin of a cartridge. It has a brass case and is loaded with a (147 grain?) FMJ bullet. The primer has a 3 star crimp and is protected with green sealant. “80” appears at the 12:00 position (presumably 1980 production). “7.62x51” is visible at the 6:00 position. A five pointed star symbol is at the 9:00 position, and a six pointed star symbol is at the 3:00 position. Although I only have a few rounds, I'd like to know what this ammo is.