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I get these 4 gallon buckets from a local bakery. You can spend 10 bucks at the hardware store for a bucket & lid, or you can spend the time it takes to wash these out & have ’em for free. I picked up some from a walmart bakery once for a dollar each. That’s still a good deal. I keep everything I want to keep preserved in ’em. Totes are nice, but these are cheaper & more durable. Spiders & bugs would have no trouble slipping into the average tote & these are airtight.
Use ’em for caches or part of a vehicle bug out plan. Ammo cans too expensive? Here ya go.

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