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I have 500 rounds of FULTON Armory Match 308 I got in 2003, just starting too play with it now but befor I get too involved with it I would like too know if it is any good. Used the search button no help. Would someone like too jump in and give there .02 on how many reloadings I can expect? I have other brass 1k OFV and 2k AFF 91 all once fired, and some of both twice fired. Thanks in advance. Packing a 45
 

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The Royal Ordnance of Indian headstamp OFV, the brass I would review what years you have before reloading the military surplus brass from them. http://m14forum.com/ammunition/7205-indian-ammo-warning-read.html

The Australian, '91 AFF is one of two years I know that the primers are Boxer.

The Frankford Arsenal, FA made some great match grade ammunition. I don't have any experience with Fulton Armory ammunition at all, sorry.

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You need to be more specific. FA, as it appears in your subject title, usually means Frankford Arsenal. But, in the text you say "Fulton Armory". Which is it?? A photo of a headstamp would help.
 

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The Royal Ordnance of Indian headstamp OFV, the brass I would review what years you have before reloading the military surplus brass from them. http://m14forum.com/ammunition/7205-indian-ammo-warning-read.html

The Australian, '91 AFF is one of two years I know that the primers are Boxer.

The Frankford Arsenal, FA made some great match grade ammunition. I don't have any experience with Fulton Armory ammunition at all, sorry.

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YES You are correct it is Frankford Arsenal 63 match once fired. The OFV 97 ammo I think it was 300 rounds. I had too buy to get the once fired brass along with the cream of 18 boxes of new unopened FA Match 63 I had too buy in a package deal. Later the new ammo was stolen along with a few other 50 cal. ammo cans of 45 acp and 2 cans of colt GI mags. I had 75. 50 cal. cans all had labels. Movers had a good day. The OFV I do not shoot, I pulled down a few years back weighed them and put them away, use the brass and pills for putting holes in dirt. I bought five cases of the AFF and dealer slipped in two cases of 1990 Berden, along with three cases of 1991 boxer. Didn't know untill I started breaking pins.Side note it was 9 years Before I saw the Indian ammo warning. Thanks again Packing
 
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