Gun Deals: Sportsman’ Guide Surplus .50 Cal Ammo Can 3-Pack $42.79 FREE S&H

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U.S. Military Surplus Waterproof M2A1 .50 Caliber Ammo Can, 3 Pack Sale
U.S. Military Surplus Waterproof M2A1 .50 Caliber Ammo Can, 3 Pack Sale

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- ♠ Sportsman’s Guide has a package sale on a three (3) pack of used U.S. Military Surplus Waterproof M2A1 .50 Caliber Ammo Can for $42.79. Buyers club members get FREE shipping on orders $49.00 or more so buy two. What? Still not sure it is a good deal, check prices on Amazon here.

U.S. Military Surplus Waterproof M2A1 .50 Caliber Ammo CanBuy Now Gun Deals

Originally designed to haul deadly .50 cal. machine gun firepower, but also used to haul 5.56mm rifle rounds, 12-ga. shells and more. These rugged Ammo Cans have all been pre-tested by troops in the field, with plenty of life left for a new assignment. Military-grade waterproof and dustproof storage, for your own ammo supplies or any sort of other gear.

  • Sturdy steel construction is built to last
  • Rubber O-ring protects contents from dust and moisture
  • Swing-up carry handle for easy transport
  • Front metal latch with metal handle securely keeps can closed
  • Holds 7 boxes of 2 3/4″ 12 gauge shells
  • Supplied in used condition, which may include scratches, impacts, surface rust and other signs of use

Note: These cans are military-sized .50 caliber ammo cans. .50 caliber is the general size, contents indicated on the side of the can will vary (5.56, 12-ga. etc.)

Gun Deals: Sportsman’ Guide Surplus .50 Cal Ammo Can 3-Pack $42.79 FREE S&H

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Old Bill
Old Bill
11 months ago

Ammo Cans especially real US Military Ammo Cans are really an efficient and tough design.. However.. Do not store items in ammo cans if they do not have ideally a pressure release valve and or absolutely desiccant packs. Changes in temperature, elevation and humidity will have a negative effects on the contents. Going from sun to shade, changing elivations and temperatures will develop your own little ecosystem in any sealed can.. If you are going to store ammunition long term you must make an effort to avoid temperature extremes. If you are going to place small arms or parts in… Read more »

wjd
wjd
1 month ago
Reply to  Old Bill

Zep has a spray that we use to protect new crankshafts then plastic wrap. Amsoil has a Heavy duty MP that is like perfect. It dries to the touch but that takes weeks. I worked in the corrosion field for 20 years. I used the Amsoil MP as a car rustproofing and after 16 years the welded seems are spotless. As far as storing ammo i stored primers for 15 years in my home they are fine. I stored powder that had been opened, and all but one powder was fine. I burned all the powder as it was 15… Read more »

wjd
wjd
1 month ago
Reply to  wjd

PS and do not store on concrete floor put wood faring strips down. Cans will draw moisture from concrete, Desacant goes without saying.