Not all storage containers are created equal. Although there are many storage containers on the market that can be used in a variety of applications, most have some type of limitation. For example you probably do not want to store your bulk rice in a cloth gun case, or your stash of batteries in a non-watertight cardboard box. Here are five containers options for your typical cache items.
MTM Case-Gard Survivor Dry Box Orange — its compass and signaling mirror are ideal for the survivalist and thanks to the rubber O-ring this case is watertight. Perfect for storing ammo, batteries, matches, important documents and more.
MTM Survivor Burial Vault — not only is this box waterproof, it is designed to be buried. It comes with a vapor corrosion inhibitor plastic liner bag and desiccant pack making it ideal for storing jewelry, money, ammo and other valuables.
Mono Vault Burial Tube — this is a great storage container when you need waterproof and corrosion storage protection for rifles, shotguns and other odd-sized valuables.
Food Storage Containers
Gamma Bucket Lid — these colorful universal, screw-on, food-grade lids fit any 12-inch diameter bucket and are great when you need an airtight, pest-proof storage option for bulk items such as flour, sugar and rice.
Five-Gallon Food Grade Bucket — food grade handled buckets are ideal for carrying water or storing bulk items. They can withstand a wide range of temperatures from 10 to 180°F.
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Lisa Metheny is a published award-winning outdoor writer, photographer, speaker and outdoor skills instructor. Lisa holds several instructor certifications and conducts a number of women-focused outdoor seminars on topics such as archery and hunting throughout the year. She regularly teaches hunters education and archery classes and has become an advocate for promoting traditional outdoor recreation to families across the United States. Lisa is also an avid and accomplished hunter with many big game species to her credit. She is a member of POMA and former Board of Directors member as well as a member of the NRA, RMEF, MDF and DU.
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