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    Ordered a batch and got them the next day! The 41ae boxes are great for 45acp. However, the 357 boxes are cast a hair to small to fit a normal .357 cartridge into. Might be ok for 38 spl or 38 super.
    Cheap enough it’s no great loss.
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    My order just arrived, and they are quite well made. I haven't verified the sizes yet, but like the actual hinge (instead of the typical flex hinge that MTM uses).
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    Well, I ordered 30 for .45 ACP and got 30 stamped for .40 S&W. Good news is that they still seem to work, though.

    Hector

    Follow up: It appears the .40 S&W boxes and the .45 ACP boxes are the same. Just doesn't have .45 ACP on the box. Too bod ... I was shopping for a .40 S&W.
    Last edited by HectorFuego; 10-08-2019 at 08:17 PM.
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