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Old 10-30-2013, 01:32 PM   #1
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Talking Quadratec is Now Offering Military Style Ammo Cans & Stencil Kits!

Do you need more storage in your rig? We are now offering 4 different size ammo cans: "Brand New Olive Drab Mil Spec (MIL-B-3060E) Ammunition Cans are the same style boxes that are being used by U.S. and NATO forces around the globe. They have hundreds of uses around the home, garage, shop, range and trails. The sturdy galvanized steel construction and weather tight seals provide excellent storage for tools, chains, family photos, electronics or anything you want to keep safe and dry. The 7.62mm, .50 cal, and Fat .50 cal boxes are 21 gauge metal and feature hinged lids with over center latches on one end. The 40mm box is 18 gauge metal and features over center latches on both ends. Ammo not included."

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We also offer Military Writing Stencil Kits separately! "Our military style stencil kit includes three solvent resistant Mylar sheets with 1” tall capital letters, numbers and basic punctuation. Customize your Quadratec Ammo Storage Boxes to indicate contents. Cleanable with paint solvents for reuse."


CLCG - Military Stencil Kit 1" Lettering - Quadratec

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Old 10-30-2013, 05:55 PM   #2
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Can they be locked?
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Old 10-30-2013, 07:54 PM   #3
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Yes, an ammo can can be locked. I took a brass bar sized to fit through the hole in the center of the latching handle and bent and hammered it in half, leaving about a 3/8 inch gap between the halves. I drilled a hole throuth both halves at the open end of the loop. By sliding this loop through the hole in the latching handle and around the roughly "U" shaped wire handle I can place a padlock through the holes drilled in the look, effectively locking the ammo can.
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