Shooters around the world over have leaned on Plano’s venerable 1312, 1712 and 1612 Ammo boxes for a decade. These low-cost, molded-plastic ammo cans provide a practical and economical means of storing and transporting ammunition. And if the full story is to be told, their blue-collar versatility and low cost has made them a favorite vessel for all manner of shooting accessories … along with just about any other small items one could imagine.
New for 2016, Plano announces the addition of the 1812 Magnum Ammo Box to their honest and hard-working line of Ammo Cans, providing economical and workmanlike storage and transport for boxes of big-bore bullets … or, a whole lot of small ones.
Forty percent larger than Plano’s Model 1612 Big .50 Cal. Can—previously the largest available —the new, amply-sized 1812 Magnum Can comes with two removable dividers that section out three equally-sized, cavernous compartments—super handy for separating rounds of different calibers or sizes. A removable, drop-in storage tray rides beneath the lid and over the can’s main compartment for fast access to tools and accessories. Finally, a latched, quick-access storage compartment is molded right into the can’s lid for immediate access to remaining small items and sundries.
As with all Plano Ammo Boxes, the 1812 Magnum is dressed with no-nonsense hardware. A stout brass bail latch secures the goods without fail, while a heavy-duty molded handle holds up to the weight generated by heaps of magnum rounds. The 1812 Magnum has an MSRP of $24.99.