Only the highest quality materials are used in each display. These cartridges are handsomely displayed on a black background with solid ash frame (harvested in Texas) stained in a rich walnut finish, behind glass. Cartridges are polished and have a clear coat finish to help keep a long lasting luster and are uniquely displayed with head stamp like labels.
11 ¼” Tall x 17 ½” Wide
The Ma-Duece is a collection of six 50 Cal. BMG cartridges used during WWII. Cartridges are identified by painted or color-coded tips. The Ma-Duece term was coined by GI during the war in reference to John Browning’s machine gun the M-2 of the 1930’s. M2 Armor-Piercing – Designed to be used against light armored vehicles, protective shelters, & personnel. Easily identified by its black tip. M2 Armor-Piercing-Incendiary – Designed to be used against flammable, armored targets instead of the M2-AP round. The bullet has a silver tip. M2 Ball – This cartridge is a FMJ round used against unarmored targets & personnel. This bullet has an unpainted tip. M1 Incendiary – Used against flammable, unarmored targets. This bullet has a light blue tip. M1 Tracer – This bullet designed with a tracer component for bore sighting, spotting & observing fire, signaling, target designation, & incendiary purposes. This bullet has a red tip. M20 Armor-Piercing-Incendiary-Tracer – This cartridge is designed to be used on armored, flammable targets with a tracer element for observation purposes. This is a variant of the M8 Armor-Piercing Incendiary with the added tracer element. This bullet has a red tip with a ring of aluminum paint.
Made in the U.S.A.
|Dimensions||20 × 13 × 5 cm|
M-2 AP, M-8 API, M-2 BALL, M-1 INC, M-1 TRACER, M-20 INC TRACER
All cartridges are inert to insure the safety of our customers. While we use real ammunition this is not live ammunition. No powder or live primers are ever used. Due to the nature of the shooting industry changes and substitutions can be made to display without notice.