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Miscellaneous essays wrap-up the Northern side of the story. Virtually every regular and experimental round from .22 rimfire through .50 BMG and Trench Gun ammo is included with unbelievable detail and superbly done accurate detailed drawings and images of boxes. Compiled from decades of research at the National Archives, military, public, and private museums and libraries, as well as individual collections, this contains all available information on military small arms ammunition from 1880-1939.Regular price is 9.90 but we are selling the set of three volumes with FREE SHIPPING INCLUDED for only 5.00 (View Picture) 18812 HISTORY OF MODERN US MILITARY SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION VOLUME 1, 1880-1939 by Hackley, Woodin & Scranton- REVISED edition - An absolutely essential book for anyone interested in U. Addendum to Volume 1 with 28 pages of additional information, research, and corrections to volume 1.Loaded at Frankford Arsenal in 1944 and packed in these special 10 round boxes that were then wax coated for better protection from exposure. *18* the latter indicating that the cases were made by the Hooker extrusion process.Great for display with any of the numerous grenade launchers used on M1903, M1917 or M1 Garand rifles. A rare bit of early military aviation history, this is one of the few Aircraft Use Only boxes we have seen in the last 20 years.Round Ball to Rimfire -- Part Three Federal Pistols, Revolvers & Misc.
One corner of the box has been slightly opened and the two rounds visible have the special aircraft double crimp (ring crimp and triple stab crimp) to ensure no primer backing out which would jam aircraft guns which were not accessible to clear while in flight. Interesting item which illustrates the complexity of evolving ammunition to meet new technology or overcome old problems.
We will be happy to shrink wrap boxes of ammo in plastic for display. Depending on our schedule, it may delay shipment by a few days. This is the type with the fluted shoulder to give positive identification by touch to distinguish from a regular ball round. It has been shrink wrapped in plastic and will display about the same as a full box .00 (View Picture) 19083 RARE 11 ROUND BOX OF CARTRIDGES CALIBER .30 GRENADE LAUNCHING M3- FULL BOX - Full sealed box with headstamp probably FA4 indicating manufacture at Frankford Arsenal in 1944.
21868 20 CARTRIDGES BALL, CALIBER .30 M2- BY WINCHESTER - Lot WRA 23170, made circa 1952-53 when Winchester and Remington received new contracts for .30 Ball ammunition for use in the Korean War. The box is the type made with a heavy wax coating for protection during storage.
.00 (View Picture) 18896 RARE 20 CALIBER .30 BALL CARTRIDGES MODEL 1906 FOR AIRCRAFT USE ONLY - Rare WW1 aircraft ammo box. This is the earliest box of this type we have seen, and one I should probably keep for my own collection.
Shrink wrapped in plastic for display and looks better now than in the photo. .00 (View Picture) 18857 "20 PRIMED CASES, CARTRIDGE CAL .30 (PRIMER T53) - W. 4305 MI, March 1949 "No Waterproofing at Mouth" Sealed box.