M19 Ammunition Cans Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.
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M19 Ammunition Cans Gallery 1: Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc.  Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh
M19 Ammunition Can by Mount Vernon Metals, Inc. Photo courtesy Todd Kavanagh.

Thanks to Todd Kavanagh for providing the photos and motivation for this page.

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