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No, but if anyone does order some I'd like to trade a bright shiney Tula stipper clip (with the five rounds of early 1950s copperwash Russian 7.62) for five rounds with 1945 headstamps. And yes, those Tula strippers are the best I've ever seen for keeping the rounds tightly lined up. It's no wonder they are highly prized.
 

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I'm not so sure Tula ever made stripper clips.
 

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Izhevsk not Tula

Sorry, actually they are Izhevsk strippers. For some reason I forgot that the triangle with the arrow in the center is Izhevsk and not Tula. Anyhow I've gotten my hands on six of them and they are sweet (at least compared to any of the other Mosin strippers I've got). The Izhevsk symbol is not heavily stamped, but is clearly visible. If I can find my digital camera's data cord, I'll post a photo.
 
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Sorry, actually they are Izhevsk strippers. For some reason I forgot that the triangle with the arrow in the center is Izhevsk and not Tula. Anyhow I've gotten my hands on six of them and they are sweet (at least compared to any of the other Mosin strippers I've got). The Izhevsk symbol is not heavily stamped, but is clearly visible. If I can find my digital camera's data cord, I'll post a photo.
I was wondering about that. I have about 30 Izhevsk 7.62x54r stripper clips... Best clips out there IMHO.
 
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