Plano® ''Ammo Can''
You know Plano quality from their line of tackle boxes they have manufactured for many years. They make tough durable products of all kinds, and the Plano Ammo Can is no exception. Made in USA.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 66 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ranite Ammo Can Just what I was looking for. I like this ammo box because you can put a lock on it to keep children from getting inside. It looks like it will hold up fine for storing ammo. March 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1948 1948 I bought this ammo container to store ammo in and it works great for that. I have it full and the handle and box really suport it well. March 18, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Padawanchicken Good Box for the Price Ordered two of these and they arrived super-fast (thanks Bass Pro, as always). The cases look good as far as an ammo can looks and they are fairly well-made. With the lid open, the sides are noticebly thin and flexible, but the handle seems sturdy enough to hold weight. Time will tell if they can hold up to a lot of weight and use. But, for the price...I think it's a good buy. March 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Colorado11 Perfectly suited ammo can This ammo can exceeded my expectations. Carries several 25 shell shot gun boxes. Rugged, piano hinge has a positive lock/snap closed. I will use not only for ammo storage, but also camping and bug out boxes. May even purchase more as needed. Highly recommend. March 6, 2013
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A:No, but you can request one from Plano and they will send it for free.
A:I have two of them, the answer is no. The lack of a seal makes them unacceptable for my intended use. They take on water quickly if on their side in water.
A:No rubber seal. Got 3 so far and none had the rubber seal on them.
A:This box does not come with the rubber gasket. You can order one from Plano.
A:No, it does not. Upper lid covers the top of the box so water will not drain inside. Not waterproof.
A:Yes. Not big, but a seal on lid.
A:No it does not, but easy fix is getting thin rubber weather stripping at a hardware store or department store. Don't do if it was luck, but my son dropped mine in the water and nothing got wet. I put a seal in anyway after that just to be on the safe sid. I love this can.
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