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  1. #1

    Dec 2006
    Lansdowne, Pa

    Help ID bullet.

    Does anyone know the age value of this bullet it says WCC 9mm LUGER.It looks to be copper and the bottom of it is heavy. It was found at Valley Forge National Park. There is no hunting allowed so it must have been dropped here a LONG time ago.
    Any info is great. Thanks

  2. #2
    Aug 2007
    Tesoro Euro Sabre, Garrett ACE250
    1 times

    Re: Help ID bullet.

    my guess would be an money you get from recycling it. -JD in WV
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  3. #3
    Feb 2005
    Sun City, Arizona

    Re: Help ID bullet.

    Hope this helps....

    9mm Military Ammo

    The Cartridge, 9mm, Ball, M882 is approved for service use with the M9, M10, and M11 pistols, both for training and for combat. The ammunition complies with NATO STANAG 4090 test requirements.

    The M882 ball 9mm cartridge consists of a brass case, a copper alloy jacketed lead core bullet, a two-piece boxer-type primer, and a double-base propellant. The M882 has a plain bullet tip.
    Thank a Veteran

  4. #4

    Jul 2007
    11 times

    Re: Help ID bullet.

    493r seams right, but from what I found military ammo shoul have a date after the WCC, i.e/ WCC 88 ( meaning 1988) Perhaps this was civilian?

  5. #5
    dkw is offline

    Jul 2006
    SW MO
    Fisher F75, Tesoro Deleon, Ace 250

    Re: Help ID bullet.

    Cartridge case, shell case, brass.....The bullet is the projectile and is long gone.

    Anyway, it's a Winchester manufacture casing. Once fired 9mm brass goes for somewhere in the neighborhood of $35 per 1000 pieces.
    That's equivalent to digging 3.5 Lincolns.

  6. #6

    Aug 2007
    Mamont Pa.
    1 times

    Re: Help ID bullet.

    wit da way dat primer is cratered...it was warm one
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