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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: ,Gibsonia , Pennsylvania
If you don't know what loads they are or cant remember where they came from i certainly would not give them to anyone to shoot or disassemble , the last thing you need is to have someone coming back at you because they got injured with rounds they got from you.
Just a suggestion depending on where you live contact your local law enforcement training academy , they sometimes take old ammunition and it is then given to the Explosive disposal unit to be made safe . When i was on the job we often had people mostly widows who would come to the police academy firearms training unit and ask us to dispose of ammo that their husband had before his passing . In my opinion its the best way to do it if they will take it from you , i most certainly would not give it or sell it to anyone.
If its just bullets they are fine and can be weighed to determine what grain bullets they are and I'm sure that someone that reloads will take them off your hands . If it is loaded ammunition i would try what i mentioned above.