303 Tracer ammo crate

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  • 303 Tracer ammo crate

    Hi, was just wondering if my old (empty) ammo crate has any collector value. It is for .303 Tracer rounds. See photos. I bought this crate unopened in the 80's sometime. It was full of tracer ammunition, boxes of 48 rounds if I remember correctly. All rounds were tracers, gee I had some fun, also sold some to collectors. I kept a box to show my son which we used a couple of years ago. At least he got to have a little fun with them.
    Was just wondering if the crate had any value to a collector at all?
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  • #2
    No idea about value, but wondering why the rope handle is put on out of level. Could be a reason, or just a Friday arvo job.

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      Originally posted by Needbiggertargets" post=39519
      No idea about value, but wondering why the rope handle is put on out of level. Could be a reason, or just a Friday arvo job.
      Not a 100% sure but at a guess to stop the timber splitting along the grain when the mass of the ammo and crate are lifted.

  • #3
    Could be worth something to a collector. Canadian Crate.

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