This .30 M2 Ball Cartridge Box is a reproduction of the cardboard ammo box used during WWII. The box is empty.
This box is for the standard .30 06 round that was used by infantry troops in the M1 Garand and Springfield. The .30-06 or .30 M1906 round was redesigned in 1926 and redesignated the .30 M1 Ball round, and then again in 1938, when it became the .30 M2 Ball round.
Earlier boxes that pre-date the use of various types of rounds omit the color code and ball language. The Red stripe on the packaging indicates a standard ball round.
For display or use. Dividers are not included. To load the box with your ammo, simply use a pen knife to slit open the label at the edge of the box. We also offer unassembled box kits for bulk reloading. Please contact us for more details.