MTM SAC Survivor Ammo Can

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  • MTM SAC Survivor Ammo Can
  • MTM SAC Survivor Ammo Can
  • MTM SAC Survivor Ammo Can
  • MTM SAC Survivor Ammo Can

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Designed for underground ammo storage and a 101 other uses. This 3 piece ammo can system allows you to store your valuables for another day. Makes a great way to hide emergency money, food stash, copies of important documents, basic survival gear, coins and the list goes on.

The Survivor Ammo Can keeps items sealed in a bucket-style body and a double O-Ring sealed lid and protective cap design. Every Survivor Ammo Can comes with a Vapor Corrosion Inhibitor plastic bag to line the ammo can along with Desiccant pack to help with humidity control.


  • Holds up to 500 rounds of .45 ACP. or 223 ammo.
  • Holds up to 16 - 30 round metal AR-15 or M16 magazines.
  • Inside: 7”(D) x 12.4”(H)
  • Outside: 10”(D) x 13.5”(H)
  • The inside cubic inches is the same as a 50 caliber ammo can.

WARNING This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to (California law requires this warning to be given to customers in the State of California.)

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Product ID:
Ammunition Carriers
Made In USA
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2 Reviews

  • 4
    Satisfied with purchase, but didn't

    Posted by mark v. on 3rd Sep 2015

    Satisfied with purchase, but didn't realize second cover was basically a rain cover. I thought both covers were fastened by the wording " double o- ring seal. I'm sure the mistake was mine. Also important to note in an emergency situation you'll have to remember to bring a screwdriver to open your cash. With all those little screws used to fasten the double o-ring top. A screw on top would have been more convient.

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    Posted by Michael G. on 13th Nov 2013

    Inner cap is held to main unit via 4 screws. Bad design, in my opinion. The inner cap should either spin on (like a Thermos cup) or have Pelican case-like snap downs.

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