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17428 No. 17428 ID: 98c1a2
Ammo can thread.

I got tired of cardboard boxes and found ammo cans for what I assume is a decent price up in frozen hell land.

How do you organize your cans? Do you use them for non-ammo related can purposes?
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>> No. 17429 ID: ad8094
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Not sure if Canada Costco has these but $20 for a pair of 50 cal and 30 cal cans. I have couple of cans that holds loaded mags.
>> No. 17430 ID: 98c1a2
I got mine for $4 each. They're obviously used, but still in ok shape so I cleaned them out of their stock. I thought you guys could get cans for pennies.
>> No. 17431 ID: 52ed6e
If I looked around I could probably get used ones for what you paid, maybe a bit more as there's higher demand here. I think most people buy brand new ones though because the gaskets aren't fucked.
>> No. 17432 ID: 98c1a2
I'm eventually going to sandblast, repaint, and probably go over the gaskets with some silicone.

Honestly I'm not really bothered by the lack of perfect water-tightness. I'm not really gonna go swimming with those cans.
>> No. 17433 ID: bd9939
I don't know about everyone else, but ammo cans are retard fucking expensive in Montana at least. Everybody wants like $20 minimum for their dented little .30 caliber cans.

Thankfully I was a weirdo as a kid and bought a variety of cans at gunshows and have a couple laying around. The only "good" deal that I've gotten in the last 5ish years were some 40mm cans at $6 a piece, but I also hate them because they don't have a handle on the top.

The ones at Costco are the cheapest I can find locally.
>> No. 17434 ID: c550c6
But some of the "new production" cans are made in China of cheaper materials than USGI surplus.
>> No. 17435 ID: 79b400
I'm jealous.

I just have a misc sack of ammo.
>> No. 17436 ID: 52ed6e
I don't know about Costco but a lot of the ones I see for sale online all the time are made in Taiwan by companies that have US government contracts for their manufacture, made to those specifications.
>> No. 17437 ID: c550c6
It was either Cabela's or Dicks that had flimsy China ones I saw.
>> No. 17440 ID: 35a915

I get mine here, brand new. They also usually have great deals on 5.56
>> No. 17442 ID: 98c1a2
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Well them 99 syrup yen special Cambodian tire shelves seem to be holding up.

They're rated for a shitton of weight, quite a bit more than I have on them, and feature KEYMOD shelf spacing. You can also set them up in a modular horizontal arrangement for extra tactical.
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