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Harbor Freight: Bunker Hill Security AMMO Box - $3.99 after coupon (Limit 8 per purchase/order). Store pickup or flat rate $6.99 shipping

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Last Edited by mlacey3 September 1, 2016 at 02:09 PM
Harbor Freight has the Bunker Hill Security AMMO Box on sale now for $3.99, after using coupon code 47291107. Limit (8) ammo boxes per purchase/order. Buy in store, or purchase online with $6.99 flat rate shipping.

Link: http://www.harborfreight.com/ammo-box-61451.html


This rugged field box protects ammo, camera equipment, personal electronics and more. The ammo box is constructed from heavy gauge polypropylene for dent-proof, rust-proof storage. The reinforced lid resists moisture, latches securely and can be locked shut for safety.

Water resistant tongue-and groove lid with rubber gasket
Holds 6-8 boxes of standard ammo
Corrosion resistant bail latch
Pre-drilled for padlock (lock sold separately)
Heavy gauge polypropylene construction with reinforced lid



Name Ammo Box
SKU 61451
Brand Bunker Hill Security
Application 6-8 boxes standard ammo
Material Polypropylene
Product Height 7.1 in.
Product Length 11.6 in.
Product Width 5.1 in.
Shipping Weight 1.10 lb.
Size(s) 6-8 boxes standard ammo
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#2
anyone have experience with these? just wondering on quality. TIA
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anyone have experience with these? just wondering on quality. TIA
They look like the Plano ones
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Quote from traveler186 View Post :
anyone have experience with these? just wondering on quality. TIA
i have about a dozen of these. they are basically benchmarked after the Plano ones. the Plano ones are made in USA which is a huge perk and can be found at Walmart for $4.99 (when in stock). i have about a dozen Plano ones as well. they're both pretty good, and at $3.99 with coupon this is the lowest i have ever seen these

also - they are great for non-ammo storage as well.
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#5
my Walmart had the Plano cans on clearance last week for 2.50...I got some, but really prefer the .50 cal or larger cans.
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#6
Seems expensive for a plastic box. When I was in the Marine Corps we used to get the metal ones for free.

But then again, that was a reallllllly long time ago.

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#7
Limit 8? Guess I'll have to keep stashing my ammo in my sister's doll houses
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#8
Do yourself a favor and buy the real surplus cans. Remember you get what you pay for.
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Quote from tman01 View Post :
Do yourself a favor and buy the real surplus cans. Remember you get what you pay for.
Not always. I have many if these and they're fine. Zero problems.
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I have a bunch of the smaller Plano ones. Not sure what model but they hold about 8-10 boxes of 9mm which was all I wanted in one box due to weight. I don't move mine around too much but I worry about the weight bending the plastic. So far no problem but like I said, I have not moved mine around too much. I usually just load up a range bag when going shooting. I may try a few of these.
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These are sometimes $4.99 with coupon so this is the cheapest they've been I believe. I have about 10 of them being used for various things as well as ammo and have had no problems. They can bend and break with enough force but so can the Plano ones. Good deal.
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Quote from Dr_Chaos View Post :
Seems expensive for a plastic box. When I was in the Marine Corps we used to get the metal ones for free.

But then again, that was a reallllllly long time ago.
I'm not joining the Marines just to get free ammo boxes.
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I will stick with my 50cal metal ones, I can pack them full and I don't have to worry about them breaking. Granted I got them about 3 years ago, but I don't think I paid more than $7 or $8 each. Worth every penny.
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These are also the perfect size for an old CJ5 Jeep's replacement glove box. Used in my 1962 CJ5, fits great.
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Quote from nolaradio View Post :
I'm not joining the Marines just to get free ammo boxes.
But think of the time travel aspect. That has to be worth it.
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