My dad gave me @ 300 rounds of F.N. made, 1957 vintage, 30-06, military FMJ ammo. It is loaded with a 150 grain spitzer like the M2 ammo.
I shot some and then discovered it was Berdan primed. ( YES I BROKE MY DARN DIE-PRIMING PIN)
Since I am a hand-loader, this stuff does not hold much appeal to me.
Is there any interest in Berdan primed 30-06 these days?
I think that FN did not change over to non-corrosive until 1958, so this stuff may be corrosive primed as well.
If not, I guess I could either shoot it and chuck the brass... or pull the bullets.