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The ammo, that is.

Just over a month ago, I acquired a Remington Nylon 66. The gun had been stored for 30 years, but cleaned up real nice. I have taken it out 3 times and enjoyed the heck out of it.

My brother-in-law, who gave the gun to me, has now found 50 rounds of Remington .22lr that has also been in the back of a closet for 30 years. Would it be safe to fire this ammo? I sort of think that it should be, but figured I would let those who know more than me warn me off if not.

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they should be fine to shoot............
but heck, i just might put them up and save them for a conversation piece to go with the rifle.....
 

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Thanks, there is no corrosion. I am not much for conversation pieces, so I will be firing away (though maybe I will keep one round).
 
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