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Magazine storage/transportation

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Siggity Sal, May 8, 2011.

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  1. Siggity Sal

    Siggity Sal Member

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    Ok, I have tons of magazines that are just a pain to manage and keep organized. So I am looking for some creative ideas that others use to store and also transport them around in. They are all just hand gun mags.

    I know there are things you can buy specifically for this but there is always another way/cheaper way.
     
  2. Sunray

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    Hi. Go get some boxes at your local supermarket. The boxes oranges come in are about the right size and they tend to be strong. With the top and bottom they stack well too.
     
  3. medalguy

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    Plastic shoe boxes from wally world work well. They have tops that close to keep dust out and you can label the end of each with contents. Sterilite is one brand.
     
  4. wrench

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    I also use the plastic shoe boxes from Walmart, Target, etc.
    Cheap, water and dust proof, stackable, clear-so you can see what's in them.
     
  5. armsmaster270

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    Cardboard narrow Bin Boxes
     
  6. mainmech48

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    Not very creative, but it's worked out pretty well for me: surplus GI .30 ammo cans and silica gel/VPi packets. All labeled for quick ID and stored on HD shelving in my ammo lockers.
     
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