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Original US WWII 600 rnd Sealed Tin of .45 ACP Ammunition


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We now have original US WWII .45 ACP ammunition available! This ammunition was manufactured in 1943-1944, repackaged in 1944, and has been in storage for decades until now. Each tin contains 12 boxes of ammuntion with 50 rounds per box, 600 rounds total. The ammunition is like new, tin condition is excellent to like new. Metal tins are sealed from factory. Don’t miss this chance to get an original sealed tin of US .45 ACP 1911 ammo!

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1 review for Original US WWII 600 rnd Sealed Tin of .45 ACP Ammunition

  1. JH

    I was reminded of the opening scene of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective as I received the package from UPS. The box was in horrible condition and was barely holding it’s contents. Royal Tiger gets an F- for packaging. They packaged two 30 pound ammo cans loose in the box with just a few handfuls of packing peanuts. Upon arrival, both cans were severely dented and scuffed up from 1000 miles of travel in the hands of UPS. The packing peanuts were basically reduced to powder, so there was virtually no padding whatsoever.

    The ammo on the other hand was in fairly good condition. A few boxes were a bit rough from the bumpy ride, but most were fine. My advice, buy it in the crate. It’s packaged much better.

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