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Small Ammo Cases

This field tested tactical ammo case is lightweight, durable and designed to keep rounds organized and dry. This case is suitable for ammunition, explosives, flares or pyrotechnics. Additionally, with a weight at 65% below typical metal cases, it allows for tremendous savings on transport costs while offering increased load capacity and field access. Available for special order in multiple colors.PN TCP-ACSG

TCP Small Ammo Cases Brochure

A full product summary is available via a downloadable PDF document.

Features

MedShield has various features that make it stand out among the competition.
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Stackable

The molded standoffs assure stability when stacking field cases .
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Light Weight

Weight reduction of about 65% in comparison to standard metal styles.

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Two handles

Carry handles allow for a better range of movent and allow for easy retrieval from storage

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IP54 Rating

Prevents ingress from water, dust and dirt.

Small Ammo Cases

  • Military Grade Construction

  • Meets DEF-STAN81-41/STANAG 4280

  • IP54 Rated

  • Large integrated recessed lid handle

  • Lockable

  • Stackable

  • Two carry handles

  • Can hold up to .50 cal sized ammounition

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READY FOR ACTION

After a 75′ Drop

UN certification 4H2. STANAG 4280, DEF STAN 81-41, MIL-STD-810-G and ATA 300 certified.

When a life depends on it,
you want equipment that you can always count on.

Small Ammo Cases

Internal Dimensions18.6 x 13.8 x 7.7 inches
External Dimensions20.1 x 16.5 x 8.5 inches
Weight 1.5 pounds
The dimensions are length x width x height. The weight specified is for each product and does not include any additional inserts. Technical changes are subject to modifications without notice.
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