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Old 08-23-2013, 04:01 PM   #1
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MTM Survivor ammo can.



MTM Case-Guard has developed a ammunition storage can designed specially for burying in the ground.

The Survivor Ammo can was designed to secure important essentials that may be needed in the future. The Survivor Ammo Can will hide important documents, gear and even emergency food underground. The capsule is completely waterproof/weatherproof with the double O-ring seal and uniquely designed protective cap. The protective cap serves dual purposes as it drains water away from the seals with its overlay design, it withstands the additional weight of earth and acts as a vacuum seal that keeps dirt out of the secure screws in the can and endures the possible impact from a shovel with extracting the unit. The bucket-style design of the Survivor Ammo Can will house up to 600 rounds of .45 ACP or 500 rounds plus a handgun. Sometimes the safest place to store things is right underfoot.
It will retail for $29.95. Your only problem will be trying to find (or afford) enough ammo to fill up!

I know people do the 6-8" pvc method for cheaper, but midway has these on sale for $22.99. Might just give this a try.
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burying all that gas station cash in the backyard?
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I feel no need to burry anything....
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That's like burying a fire extinguisher
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it's like burying a fire extinguisher that the gubbment doesn't want u to have: it is NY
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I am not burying anything.

One dude with a sonar/radar tool or good metal detector and everyone is screwed.
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If it gets so bad that "people" are coming to take my ammo/guns...

That's when it's time to start using them

I guess if you are trying to hide something
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One dude with a sonar/radar tool or good metal detector and everyone is screwed.
Sonar not so much. Ground penetrating radar yes. Although 500 rounds plus a handgun is going to have a significant metallic signature, so the cheapest of metal detectors will easily pick it up.


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If it gets so bad that "people" are coming to take my ammo/guns...

That's when it's time to start using them

I guess if you are trying to hide something
Jonjons problems cant be buried in a small container
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They.... er... I mean it can after you liquefy the parts first
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Items should be grease soaked (or waxy oil), wrapped in a sock, then vacuum sealed with absorbent packs. Even then you may have problems using plastic. PVC pipe with glue is best, anything with seals will leak.

Either way it's moot. It's best just to spread out your stuff with in several different locations. If it gets bad enough that I would NEED to dig up a rifle I wont have the time to dig it up, clean it, reassemble, and test fire.

Anywhere with in 75 miles around me I'm no more than 20 minutes from gear, good luck finding it all.
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