Gold Bullet member
I recently came into a little over 300 rds of remarkably good conditioned military .45 acp, some of which dates back to 1918--that is if I'm reading the headstamps correctly. They do not appear to be reloads and truth be known, I fired two rounds marked PC Co. 18 which went off fine. I assume this old fodder has corrosive primers and cleaned accoridngly. Is there collectable value in this old stuff? If not, do these old cases make for good reloading? Any input is appreciated. The image I've attached is of a randomly chosen box of the stuff.