Protect Your Ammunition From Floods with Mil-Spec Ammo Cans
Posted by CleanAmmoCans.com on 10/23/2022 to Ammo Tech
Hurricane Ian and the people of Florida are on everyone’s mind right now. With images of flooding, toppled trees, and leveled homes, it's hard not to have compassion for those affected by the storm. Once the flood water recedes, we often hear from folks stating they lost all their ammo. After a loss, folks commonly look to implement proper storage to prevent a similar loss from happening in the future. Many of us have been amassing ammunition for years and have made quite an investment. We hate to hear about lost ammo when it could have been prevented easily by implementing proper storage practices. It is too late to start building the ark when it starts raining.
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USGI 5.56 Bandolier Repack Kits Now Available! But why?
The team at CleanAmmoCans.com is excited to announce the addition of new USGI 4-Pocket bandoliers to our product line-up. With the addition of the bandoliers and cardboard sleeves, we now offer all the components required to pack your own ammo to original military specification. Combine an ammo can, a pack of stripper clips and a bandolier kit for a complete DIY military re-pack. Each 5.56 4-Pocket bandolier will include the matching 5.56 cardboard silencer inserts. Read on to learn more about the advantages of packing ammo according to military specification!
M855A1 Enhanced Performance Round vs AR500 Targets
We weren't looking for a way to destroy our AR500 steel targets, but we found out the M855A1 Enhanced Performance Round (EPR) is one way to do it! M855A1 spec ammunition is the US Army’s “environmentally friendly” replacement for the M855 “Green Tip” 5.56x45mm 62gr NATO round. While not very well known outside of military channels, the M855A1 has already been introduced in the field by the US Army as their standard battlefield cartridge for the M16/M4 family of rifles. The M855A1’s turbulent, lawsuit rich development is well documented and makes for interesting reading, but the round’s improved performance against hardened surfaces is unquestionable. Read on to learn more about the M855A1 and view the demise of our expensive AR500 steel targets as we find out the hard way.