Winchester Win 1911 Collectible Wooden Box

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posted on September 27, 2014
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We all like great deals, right? We also like really cool stuff. Throw in some quality ammunition and you've got a killer trifecta, right?

Winchester's WIN 1911 Collectible Wooden Box brings it all together. With 100 rounds of 230-grain full metal jacket practice ammo and 100 rounds of 230 grain jacketed hollow points, there's a lot to like in this combination. Add in the attractive and useful wooden crate that provides packaging for it all, and you've got a gift any gunnie will love.

Retailing for between $129 and $139 as a "Black Friday" special, this crate should be available in most large outdoor retailers like Cabela's, Gander Mountain and Bass Pro. Given that 100 rounds of defensive .45 ACP ammo runs for awfully close to that price point, getting another 100 rounds of practice FMJs and a crate you can recycle for many other purposes, this Black Friday deal is worth fighting the crowds to get your hands on.

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