Just got an alert on a sale for this stuff.
$199 for a sealed can of 600 rounds.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the invention of the 1911 pistol by John M. Browning. Chambered for the 45 ACP cartridge, the pistol was standard issue for US armed forces from 1911 to 1985. To commemorate the 100 th anniversary, our buyers obtained a very limited supply of GI issue, 45 ACP ammunition that was manufactured during World War II. The highly collectable ammunition is sealed in 600 round metal spam cans that have been stored in a dry environment to prevent rust or corrosion. Available in your choice of three manufacturers: Evansville Ordnance (Chrysler), Evansville, Ohio, Winchester, Bridgeport Connecticut and Evansville Ordnance (Sunbeam) Evansville, Indiana. The original wooden crates, which hold two spam cans are available for separate purchase. This is a rare opportunity to expand your collection of WW II vintage ammunition!
•Manufacturer: Evansville Ordnance (Chrysler)
•Caliber: 45 ACP
•Bullet Weight: 230 Grains
•Bullet Style: M1911 Ball Full Metal Jacket
•Case Type: Mildly-corrosively primed steel case
•This ammunition is surplus USGI ammunition made during WWII
•Ammunition ships in a sealed M5 ammunition can
•Can has T2AAF painted on the side
•Can comes with a turn key attached to the side of the can