.375 CheyTac Ammo Box

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Colcalcipherol, May 12, 2013.

  1. Colcalcipherol

    Colcalcipherol Well-Known Member

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    All,
    Into which ammo storage box will the .375 and .408 CheyTac rounds fit?
     
  2. Colcalcipherol

    Colcalcipherol Well-Known Member

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  3. robert6715

    robert6715 Well-Known Member

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  4. drbill

    drbill Well-Known Member

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    Buy the 20 gauge MTM shotshell box.

    Take one tray out and use it for a reloading block.

    Use the other tray at the bottom of the 20 gauge shotshell box and you can carry 50 rounds that way.
     
  5. el matador

    el matador Well-Known Member

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    Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but I spent hours trying to find a good solution for carrying Cheytac ammo. Only to find out that the Case Gard H-50-XL works just fine. I did like the idea posted above about using the 20 gauge shotshell tray for reloading purposes. All of the .50 cal and shotshell ammo boxes are so much more bulky than you need, the H-50-XL is perfect.
     
  6. Bravo 4

    Bravo 4 Well-Known Member

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    These are good for field carry:
    Voodoo Tactical 20-9258 10 Round 50 CAL. Mag Pouch

    I found some in the PX for something like $12. Holds .408 cases nicely. There are 10 loops but cases will fit in between and 15 will fit with ease.

    Here is a pic with a .408 and .50 BMG for comparison.
     

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