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I was going thru my ammo dump and found some stuff that was stashed years ago. My father-in-law served in France in the Big War and afterwards obtained various ammos and arms, including a Rockola carbine.
This is some I ran across today.
The Kings Mills stuff is most likely Peters as that is where they were located before The War. Headstamp is P C 43, presumably Peters Cartridge. Box says REPACKED E.C. 6-44 Headstamp on the Lake City is also 43.

The Remington buckshot I have no idea of the date. Back in the 80s my FIL gave me several boxes and like a fool I shot them up, along with a lot of #6s in paper shells and cardboard ends.

Thought it might be of some interest. Click on the pic to make it bigger.
 

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all carbine ammo was non corrosive. you can either shoot it or find a collector to sell it to and buy new
 
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