WWII Tracer Shotgun Shells Box Reproduction

$6.00

The WWII Tracer Shotgun Shells Box is a reproduction of the 10 Cartridges, Shotgun – 12 Gage Paper No.8 C S & Tracer – Lot RA 5008, Remington Arms Co., Inc.

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The WWII Tracer Shotgun Shells Box is a reproduction of the 10 Cartridges, Shotgun – 12 Gage Paper No.8 C S & Tracer – Lot RA 5008, Remington Arms Co., Inc.

Tracer ammo contains a pyrotechnic charge which is visible in daylight and is highly visible for night firing.  Tracer ammo was used in a variety of ways. The most likely use for tracer ammo in shotguns was to mark targets.  While a tracer round was not incendiary, its secondary charge could be used to ignite flammable substances if the tracer charge was still burning upon contact.

The ammunition box comes EMPTY.  The picture with the shells is included to show that the Ammo box does hold 10 shotgun shells.

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