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Vintage Shot Shell Collection

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by michae lee, Nov 13, 2012.

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  1. michae lee

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    For Sale is a collection of old shot shells in a wooden box. What you see in the pics is all of it. $150.00 plus SIH for all of it. Thanks for looking, Mike
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    No problems shipping, they just need to UPS or Fedex with an ORM-D sticker and an adult signature requirement.

    Looks like someone slathered them with varnish or lacquer though.
     
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    Is the lacquer or varnish a bad thing?
     
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    It is. Every collector (myself included) would want the shells in as-manufactured condition. I know some shells came from the factory with a waxy coating, but the Remingtons and the Peters definitely didn't, which leads me to believe that they all rec'd the same treatment.
     
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