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7.92mm German Mauser INERT Round

7.92mm German Mauser INERT Round

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The 7.92mm German Mauser INERT Round, fitted with an inert primer cap, is a non-functional replica of the ammunition used in the Mauser rifles during World War II. This inert round retains the original dimensions and appearance of the live ammunition but has been rendered safe for handling and display. The primer cap is inert, ensuring no risk of ignition. Collectors and historians value these inert rounds for their historical accuracy and educational value, providing a tangible link to the weaponry used by German forces. This piece serves as a significant artifact for understanding the era's military technology and history