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First Look: Texmagbox Complete Line of Ammo Cans

First Look: Texmagbox Complete Line of Ammo Cans

Keeping your ammunition safe from nature’s ravages is important, especially in times when ammo is scarce. Keeping various calibers and styles of ammo sorted and separate from each other is also important. Nothing spoils a range trip like finding out you’ve brought along ammo that won’t work with your gun, or ammo that is too expensive to use during a practice session.

Surplus military issue ammo cans are a popular way to store ammunition both in the home and at the range, but their quality and condition can be spotty. They’re military surplus, after all, and have had to suffer years of abuse and neglect before they’re offered for sale to the public. Now, Texas-based LPC, Inc. is rolling out a new website, Texmagbox.com, to provide you with another option for finding safe and robust ammunition storage.

Texmagbox.com offers a complete line of USGI ammo cans that have industrial-grade liners and will accept magazines for a variety of modern rifles such as the AR-15, Ruger Mini-14, AK-47, Galil, and clones, along with many other semi and fully automatic rifles. The PA-108 “Fat-50” Ammo Can Range Box holds 12 magazines upright, making it one of the best and most desirable surplus cans on the market today. 

The M2A1 “50-Cal” Ammo Can Home Box holds eight magazines horizontally in a double-decker arrangement of four magazines per layer. The M19A1 “.30-Cal” Ammo Can Truck Box holds five magazines in a single horizontal slot, securely storing them until they are needed. Rather than use thin, laminated foam parts, all Texmagbox liner inserts are made from industrial grade one-piece die cut from that will provide years of protection for your magazines.

All Texmagbox cans and components are made in America, and all online orders feature free shipping. Please visit texmagbox.com to see the complete line of USGI ammo cans available.

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