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Ammunition Identification of this Crate

Article about: Hey I recently purchased this Box and I'm having trouble this is my first piece of German memorabilia and I am unfamiliar with it, it appears to be rare-ish?, 1939 was the issue date I belie

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    Well said CBH.. I love items like this. They are not paid much attention to and are disappearing fast. Please make sure this one is around for a long time.

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    I too love the odds and ends of WWII , ammo boxes etc . I pick up an British issue water can , a so called Flimsy , 45 dated in original blue paint ( Don't Drink Gas ) it was sitting in a friends barn for the last 50 years or so . Now what I will ever do with it is another story , lol .

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    I know what you mean. If I picked up every item from ww2 I liked I wouldn't have room first off. Secondly, I would just be considered a hoarder to most.

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    Yes that can be a problem , but military stuff always retains some value . So you can always find it a new home , as long as we collectors still hoard ! lol

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    Also I've seen one of these boxes not that long ago , no sticker so not nearly as nice . But Now I want it !

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    Agreed! I would love to store my ww2 ammo in it!

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    I kinda like the wooden ammo crates.
    I have several of the wooden ammo crates. Have for 8mm rifle, 7,9 Kurz and either 13 or 20mm. I think I also have one for the PAK 38 and the 50mm mortar???
    Some of them are packed full of ammo in the 300 rd sleeves.
    And for post war I have a full crate of east German 7.9 Kurz.
    Sarge

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    Definitely looking for those. All I have right now is post war ammo cans and crates.

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    Picked up a nice Naval Magazine marked metal ammo box in the garbage a couple years back , holds 3 - .50 cal boxes . Only have one wooden ammo box and it's post war Soviet , also a couple WWII wooden depth charge pistol (Fuse) boxes .

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