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Heads up on a reloads storage solution.

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by Owlcreekok, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. Owlcreekok

    Owlcreekok Marksman

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    I got no vested interest in this outfit, lets get that out there to start with.

    http://www.repackbox.com/

    I found this outfit back when I was active on FalFiles. Over the years I used the few box sixes they had for .308 & .223 . I would make boxes using theirs as patterns out of cereal boxes (not nearly as good as theirs, but it was a get by. Now they got all kinds of cool boxes.

    Worth a look for those who reload a lot (like I do) or buy bulk packed factory feed.
     
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    Best solution. Ziploc.com
     
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    I like the digging in the trash can at the range.
     
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    I also go dumpster diving for boxes and have coworkers that bring some to me from time to time, I have even found full boxes of empty brass in the boxes at times where the nice people pick up the empty brass and put it back in the box then discard the box and brass together.
     
  5. Owlcreekok

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    Not surprised, though I had thought better. :rotflmao:
     
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    I use the plastic ammo boxes. The ones with the real hinge on the back. Found a clearance sale on them a few years ago and stocked up.
     
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    All my cheapo plastic boxes have ended up cracking to pieces. I been using Repack's products for years. Except for the precision ammo, everything is going in them. They make excellent fire starter when no longer needed to ammo. lol
     
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    Thats why I specified using the ones with a real hinge in the back. They never fail.
     
  9. Owlcreekok

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    Yup. I have some from the early 80's I used for .30 Herrett & 7 TCU like that. The slip top ones I got for $0.99 ea to stack up .45 & .38 fodder literally fell apart. :(
     

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