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Normal price around me for months.
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Hmmm ... looks like it would be great for creating some new geocaches!
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The stuff I would put in here are pretty expensive at the moment.
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Need more boxes for bulk ammo
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I don't recommend plastic ones. They don't hold up to much weight.

Metal ones are much better.
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People not calling these ammo cans anymore?
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Nope. It's lowest I've seen in 36 years
All I know is that I almost ordered 6 before Christmas at this price but ended up getting the similar ones with coupon at Harbor Freight for $3.49 each.

Even with my wifes Walmart employee discount, the Harbor Freight that were similar in construction were .36 cents cheaper.
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I don't recommend plastic ones. They don't hold up to much weight.

Metal ones are much better.
False. I've got tons of plastic ammo cans filled to the brim and they've all held up great even with moving them around everywhere.
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People not calling these ammo cans anymore?
A "can" to me is metal. These are field boxes...lol
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False. I've got tons of plastic ammo cans filled to the brim and they've all held up great even with moving them around everywhere.
I wouldn't consider these water tight when filled up with much weight. They do flex while picking up filled. Not that I would trust all of the used surplus metal cans either for being water proof.

To be honest, I wouldn't count on an brand new empty plastic one being water tight.
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Forget it. Thought HF ones were cheaper.
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If you have to use them with much weight, remember do not lift them using the handle on the lid. Because the hinge mechanism and the lid is rather weak.

Lift them using their bottom instead.
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