1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII
1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII

1943 DATED MK.1 MOD.2 1.1" / 28MM ANTI-AIRCRAFT NAVY AMMO CAN GREAT SHAPE WWII

Regular price $79.95 Sale

Another very cool old WWII ammo box. 
 
1.1" AMM BOX MK.1 MOD.2 and is dated 1943 in the center of the lid. This held ammunition belts of four rounds for newly introduced (1936) 1.1" / 28MM  Navy Anti-Aircraft guns. The 28MM took the place of previously positioned 50 Cal, for better defensive capabilities.
 
The lid is gray paint, the body is galvanized, with paint in places. Some minor surface rust on the outside bottom, otherwise very good shape. The inside looks great and is a little dusty, but no rust inside. Good seal and all four latches are functioning. Couple of small dings one one side(no handle side), check pics for detail. This can has a second date on the side, indicating it was utilized a second time in 1953!
 
 
Weighs 23 lbs
 
 
Outside Dims approx:
 
12" L x 12" W x 14" H
 
 
Inside Dims too difficult to measure. Bigger on outside corners and skinny so latches lay flat.

 

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