WWII .50 Caliber Cartridge Belt




This belt of five (5) rounds were retrieved from a bombing range in Arizona as part of a large belt of over 40 rounds.  These five have not been separated since WWII.  This War relic was to be fired from a U.S. fighter or bomber whose crew was preparing for combat, these .50 caliber Browning machine gun cartridges and links are a genuine piece of World War II history.  All cartridges are head stamped with the year of manufacture, and the location of the arsenal from which it was made.  This clip will also come with a small history info sheet, describing the item along with arsenals.


The .50 caliber machine gun was use on many aircraft during WWII.

Just a few were the P-51 Mustang, F-4U Corsair and the B-17 Flying Fortress.





THESE ARE INERT CARTRIDGES!  After being found on the firing range, the projectiles were pulled,

any powder removed, primer fired, and original projectile re-inserted back into it for display purposes only.





S L 43 = St. Louis, MO 1943

We have cases with different head-stamps, these images are an example of one stamp.


CLICK HERE to watch a 1 minute video about 50. cal assembly in WWII.

CLICK HERE to read about the Twin Cities Ordnance Plant, Arden Hills, MN

CLICK HERE to read about the St. Louis Ordnance Plant, St. Louis, MO

CLICK HERE to read about other Ordinance Plants


We only have a few of these in stock!

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