This is a T-92 ammo box unlike the crates we usually find this ammo packed in. It holds 20, 30 round feeder strips, 600 rounds in all. Can anyone tell what the writing on the box ends says? Thanks, Ken
I suppose it could be interpreted that way. The right-hand character "kan (ko)" can be read as "armor" or, alternatively, "1st class." I think we need edokko to stop by and fine-tune our understanding.
I've often wondered what the markings meant exactly. Thanks Edokko! Ya know - why didn't they just say 600? One thing the critics of Japanese weapons are right on, is the confusing situation with their ammo! Makes for never ending collecting however