MTM Zombie Ammo Can 50 - 50 cal
Product Number: MTAC50Z
Availability: In stock
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MTM ammo cans are a great way to store bulk or boxed ammo. Its all plastic design is lighter in weight than the 50 caliber US Military Surplus Ammo Can. Transferring ammo to and from the range, just became a little easier! Ideal for ammo storage.
Molded out of rugged polypropylene plastic, these comfortably handled ammo cans will hold up to some pretty harsh treatment. Utilizing MTM's tongue and groove O-Ring seal system for a superior water-resistant seal, the 50 caliber can is designed to fit the same amount of bulk ammo storage as the original. A heavy-duty dual latching system makes for a better seal and less likely to open accidentally. Double padlock tabs along with molded-in stacking ridges, make these solid containers the perfect solution to so many storage needs.
MTM Zombie Ammo Can 50 - 50 cal is rated out of 5 by 1.Rated 5 out of 5 by StuckinNY from Perfect for my storage needs I was in need of additional ammo storage and these Zombie Ammo Cans were the perfect solution. I have several regular MTM ammo cans that I was very happy with and when these Zombie cans were put on sale I jumped at the opportunity. I have been accumulating ammo when I can but don't get the chance to shoot as often as I like. These Zombie ammo cans will help keep my ammo clean and dry until I can get to the range and shoot it. The several MTM products I own have worked well for my needs.Date published: 2015-08-21
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- Weight: 1.76 Pounds. The 50 cal military metal can weighes 5.30 pounds or 300% heavier empty.
- Designed to hold up to 25 pounds of ammo or gear!
- Double latch design prevents accidental openings.
- Double padlock tabs.
- Our ammo cans come with a water resistant O-Ring seal and are made in Dayton Ohio
- Limited Edition
What are the outside/inside dimensions of this box?Inside Dim: 5.8”(L) x 11.0”(W) x 7.2”(H) Outside Dim: 7.4”(L) x 13.5”(W) x 8.5”(H)Date published: 2016-01-02