AC11 & AC35 Ammo Cans
This O-Ring sealed ammo can offers the perfect solution to so many storage needs. Made to carry anything from bulk ammo to decoy weights to pet food.
Our Ammo Can easily handles 30 pounds of gear in an easy to transport package. It provides excellent, water resistant protection along with extraordinary durability. Molded out of rugged polypropylene plastic and has a comfortably handle holds up to some pretty rough treatment. The Ammo Can offers a heavy-duty dual latches for better sealing, three padlock tabs and molded-in stacking ridges for slip resistant stacking. Great for protection in basements, garages or storage sheds. The ammo can does not have a tray on the inside.Size
Inside space of 707 cubic inches
Inside Dimensions: 7.3”(L) x 12.5”(W) x 7.3”(H)
Outside Dimensions: 9.3”(L) x 15.3”(W) x 8.8”(H)Ammo Box Chart
- AC11 Forest Green
- AC35 Orange
Available in the following colors:
Greetings, I've been an avid reloader for many years. Found your Ammo Cans, Ammo Boxes and Ammo Can Combos to be a good 'fit' for my shooting sport’s needs. Recently I had an opportunity to test the Ammo Can resiliency - and I must thank all of you at the MTM Case-Gard team for making an incredible product. My home suffered a small natural disaster with a late-season (early winter) flood. My sporting goods, namely reloading bench and ammo storage are in one of the rooms in my homes' lower level. While most of my supplies are on shelving, I returned home one fateful day to find three feet of water standing in my basement!
Nearly 30 of my Ammo Cans stocked with reloads and factory ammunition was under water! I even had two Ammo Crates for my Primers and some miscellaneous gun parts which fit conveniently under my bench footrest. Thankfully, your product DOES seal out water. While much of my furniture and several appliances in the home were a loss, the *big* investment of tens of thousands of rounds of ammunition and components to build many more; all remained dry and safely preserved. While the rebuild on my house soldiers on, the costly investment in my outdoor pursuits were kept safe during this recent disaster. I had begun accumulating ammunition in 2004 factory-produced and my own loads) and started sealing my ammo in MTM Case-Gard storage along with some desiccant packs around 2009