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A few unique WGP Ammo Box 2 loaders

Here are two WGP Ammo Box 2s. These Ammo Box 2s are notorious for cracking and breaking apart because of the brittle exterior plastic.

A couple weeks back i received 4 of these WGP Ammo Box 2 loaders in the mail. The loader on the left is made from a softer opaque black plastic instead of the typical translucent green and doesn’t suffer from the typical problems.

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The inside of the WGP Ammo Box two has a ramped tray feed system. And the latch slides closed.
Not the best for loading from pods.

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The Ammo Box 2 feedneck is a WGP elbow secured in place by the two halves of the Ammo Box 2 screwed together.
A missing or broken elbow can easily be replaced to changed to a different diameter neck size for a different paintgun.

Somewhere I have a few neon green prototypes, but haven’t seen them in a few years.
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And fine WGP ammo boxes (both 1 and 2s) on baccipaintball at:

http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/hoppers-elbows/140-rds-and-smaller-loaders/wgp-ammo-boxes.html

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