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|Package Height||5.9 x 7.2 x 11.7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||5.3 pounds|
New, Never Used Cans
Each cans is new and unused, with no rust, dents, or bent sidewalls. We guarantee that each ammo can is air and water tight. Note that all military ammo cans, even new ones, will have some scratches and uneven painting.
Durable, On-the-Go Storage
It's lightweight yet strong design makes this can ideal for carrying tools, ammunition, or medical supplies with you wherever you go.
Water and Air Tight Design
Each can is individually tested to be watertight at 10 feet deep. The rubber seal in the lid ensures that your belongings will stay clean, dry, and protected from the elements.
The lid on each can easily be removed for accessibility. They are robust and strong, fitted with a rubber seal to ensure water tightness.
Made in the USA
These cans are made in the United States on behalf of the US Military. The military designation for this can is M2A1
What's in the Box?
Includes (1) .50 cal M2A1 empty can with 11 x 5.5 x 6.75 inches of storage space.
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I bought 5 of these, which were all shipped quickly, packaged sufficiently, etc.
The only problem was a streaky section that was exactly the same shape and size on each... Read more
Good clean condition. Wish it had been cheaper and I could have bought a dozen.Published 3 days ago by Lawrence Rayburn
I purchased this item and also got the lock kit: Ammo Box Can Lock Hardware Kit .50 Cal, Fat 50,l 30 Cal, 20 mm, 40 mm (1 Count) (sold separately), and together I have exactly what... Read morePublished 6 days ago by jlask1016
So far these have proven to be reliable for my ammo storage. Seals have been solid and it's new as advertised.Published 14 days ago by Ron Walls
I received this Can on time. The product has good quality and designed as was described.Published 22 days ago by Sergey Pazychev