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.