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WGP Ammo Box Neoprene Cover

Here is an Ammo box with a neoprene cover. You find these occasionally. This one sold off the site a couple weeks back. 

Side view of Ammo Box neoprene cover.
Side view of Ammo Box neoprene cover.

You can see it’s stitched together and looks homemade. The neoprene is the same style you would fine on 7oz tank covers and vl-2000 / revolution loader covers.

Back view of Ammo Box neoprene cover and stitching.
Back view of Ammo Box neoprene cover and stitching.

The back portion had a tab of velcro and there was likely a top piece that somehow attached. I haven’t come across too many of these neoprene covers but there are all kinds of wild modifications that people would do to ammo boxes such as cut the sides open and put foam inside and then glue them, and more rational modifications such as add butler creek scope covers as flip up lids.

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

And find the product page for this cover that sold at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea361.html

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