600 rds. U.S. WWII - era .45 ACP Ammo

Item # WX2-74689

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COLLECTORS! Genuine U.S. WWII - era .45 ACP Ammo, as loaded to kick Mussolini's, Hitler's and Tojo's buttocks!

Manufactured at the Evansville-Chrysler Ordnance Plant, Evansville, Ind., production date 1942-1944. If this sounds like a rare find, you are correct, Sir, so I wouldn't wait on this one. I'd get at least 2... one as a pure collectible, and another to plink off, imagining the history of it all.

These are even sealed in the original metal "sardine can"... 12 boxes of 50 rds. It's .45 auto ACP, 230-grain bullet, full copper jacketed. Metal cased, Boxer-primed, non-reloadable. I can't state the exact muzzle velocity and energy because they haven't been chronographed, but I'm sure a WWII buff would have a good idea.

This is the same stuff General MacArthur himself would have loaded into his sidearm! I'd call that impressive... order ONLINE for speed, right now!

!!! Limited Quantities !!!

600 rds. U.S. WWII-era .45 ACP Ammo

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Customer Reviews

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  1. 5 stars
    Best price going on this old stuff.
  2. 5 stars
    awesome to possess something from WWII- I should have bought a second so I could feel better about shooting it.
  3. 4 stars
    1943 headstamp, steel case ball ammo, bullets are plated (looks like the old luballoy), rather than jacketed. It is corrosive, so proper cleaning after use is a must. Repacked in a spam can in 1944- 12 boxes of 50 rounds each, most unopened. Excellent condition. Most likely will use for practice and plinking, but may save a box or two for history's sake.
  4. 5 stars
    This is my 2d purchase(& probably the last available batch) of this historic ammo). It all fires (only 1 fti in over 600 rds), but it is CORROSIVE. Clean ur weapons accordingly. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW THE PAPER TRAIL HOW THIS US AMMO WAS TRANSFERRED-MOST LIKEY TO A FOREIGN ALLY DURING/AFTER WWII & 60+ YRS LATER RESOLD TO US SURPLUS!!
  5. 5 stars
    A super deal. It survived 70 years in mint condition. Until Sportsmans Guide tries to ship it.
  6. 5 stars
    just what was advertised..thanks
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