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100 Rounds of Inert .308 Belted Ammunition Belt is Approximately 59" Long

 
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BELT308
BELT-308
BELT-308
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100 rounds of inert .308 copper FMJ ammo; belted together for the US Military's M-60 machine gun. Belt is approximately 59" long and can be shortened by simply pushing cases out of the links. Rounds contain no powder or live primers, perfect for military displays or fashion belts. It is not recommended to use this brass for reloading. 
Total number of Reviews: 3

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5.0 5
"Wow these things are so cool, their great for scaring people!I commend CTD, i counted the bullets on the belt and it is exactly 100 rounds. The bullets are difficult to push out, but i've found a pretty good way to get them out: Rest the end of the belt (the last link) on a table or something, with the bullets facing down, then knock the ajacent bullet out with a hammer (Obviously don't hit the top of the bullet as that will push the bullet into the casing). Of course, if you connect both ends to make a bandolier, this doesn't work."
5.0 5
"Great for displays. I purchased these to complete a scale model M60. They look fantastic. The price is average for what you can find on the internet. If you figure the cost of casing, bullet, and links, it is well worth the cost. The casings look like they were only spent once and then used to create these. The bullets are first rate and look serviceable. The spent primers are left in place. (This is not a bad idea when being used for display.) A couple of the bullets can be removed with your fingers. (But again, these are for display purposes only.) For MilSim players/re-enactors out there, a couple of these will complete the look of your \uFFFDVietnam\uFFFD load-out. I am very happy with the way these turned out."
5.0 5
"I recived theses for Christmas to wear as a belt and they are nice no dents or marring a bit pricy if u ask me but great for disply."