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CHEAPER THAN DIRT! - Brand New Ammo Cans

Discussion in 'Sponsor Showcase' started by BikerBen4, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. BikerBen4

    BikerBen4

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    Ammo Can 12 Pack of .50 Caliber Grade New-Unissued 11x7x5.5" M2A1 Ammo Cans Very Rare and Very Limited Supply

    Brand New, Unissued, Original Military M2A1 ammo cans are very rare in unissued condition. Sealed in the original, factory 12 count case. These are the first we have ever seen, and probably the last we ever will. We found a very limited overrun supply from a current government contractor. This is how the government buys them-but at a fraction of the cost! All cans are in excellent, uncirculated condition stamped with M2A1. Airtight and watertight these cans feature a removable lid with a rubber gasket, flat folding handle for carrying, lever lid, and they are constructed of heavy gauge steel. Cans measure 11" X 7" X 5.5" and are factory clean inside and out; totally odor free. Some cans may show unavoidable and extremely slight imperfections due to shipping and handling. There are no better cans on the market anywhere. Price is for a factory case of 12 cans with dividers between each can to keep the cans in excellent condition.

    Our Low Price: $199.97/12 Pack

    Order Online: ZAA-001



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    *Offer applies to item ZAA-001, 12 Pack of .50 Caliber Brand New, Unissued Ammo Cans that measure 11x7x5.5". Offer valid for online purchases only at CheaperThanDirt.com between February 25-27, no back orders or rain checks.
     
  2. Meh, they used to be free with ammo. Ammo cans got too expensive, though this is the first time I've seen new ones.
     

    Last edited: Feb 25, 2011