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A centerfire cartridge is a firearm metallic cartridge whose primer is located at the centre of the base of its casing (i.e. "case head"). Unlike rimfire cartridges, the centrefire primer is typically a separate component seated into a recessed cavity (known as the primer pocket) in the case head, and is replaceable by reloading.
Centerfire cartridges have supplanted the rimfire variety in all but the smallest cartridge sizes. The majority of today's handguns, rifles, and shotguns use centrefire ammunition, with the exception of a few .17 caliber, .20 caliber, and .22 caliber handgun and rifle cartridges, small-bore shotgun shells (intended for pest control), and a handful of antique (and mostly obsolete) cartridges.
Selling this for my neighbor...
30-06 M72 MATCH LAKE CITY ammunition, 173 grain FMJ, boxer primed, non-corrosive, 1967 date of manufacture, in 20-round boxes.
He has one lot of nine 20-round individual boxes @ $25 / box. He will sell individual boxes of this lot or take all nine boxes (180...