Product Preview: CanMunition—Ammunition in a Can

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posted on September 5, 2019
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Tired of the neat and tidy way firearm cartridges are packaged in boxes? Have you ever asked yourself, "Why can't I just grab a sixer of brass?" Fiocchi has made that idea a reality with its CanMunition—exactly what it sounds like: ammunition in a can. While it might sound silly at the outset, CanMunition actually has some pretty distinct advantages over its soft-box predecessors—it is sealed in a container that is waterproof, lightproof, tamperproof, rust-proof, non-corrosive and oxygen-free, making it perfect for literal decades of storage. Canmunition currently comes in cans of either 40 rounds of 55-gr. FMJ boattail .223 Rem., or 90 rounds of 115-gr. 9 mm Luger. Bundles are also available in packs of two cans or, you guessed it, six. Prices range from $19.99 for a single can of .223 Rem., to $135 for a sixer of 9 mm Luger. For more information please visit globalordnance.com.

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