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Russian 7.62x54 INERT Brass Cartridge Case

Russian 7.62x54 INERT Brass Cartridge Case

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The Russian 7.62x54 INERT Brass Cartridge Case is a replica of the live ammunition used for the 7.62×54mmR round, a rimmed rifle cartridge developed in 1891. This inert version is designed for training and display purposes, featuring a brass casing without any active primer or propellant, rendering it incapable of being fired. The cartridge case is identical in size and appearance to its live counterpart, making it an ideal tool for educational demonstrations, military and historical reenactments, and collector displays. Its durability and craftsmanship preserve the historical and functional aspects of the original ammunition