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R.W.S 6.5x54 M-Sch INERT Brass Cartridge

R.W.S 6.5x54 M-Sch INERT Brass Cartridge

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The R.W.S 6.5x54mm Mannlicher-Schoenauer INERT brass cartridge is a high-quality replica designed for safe handling and display. Manufactured by RWS, a respected name in ammunition, this inert cartridge mimics the size, weight, and appearance of its live counterpart without containing any primer or propellant. It's ideal for collectors, historical reenactors, and educational purposes, providing an authentic look while ensuring safety. The brass casing is meticulously crafted, showcasing RWS's commitment to precision and detail. Perfect for those who appreciate the history and mechanics of ammunition without the risks associated with live rounds