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Ammo Box Lock FIts US Military Ammo Cans Double O-Ring Seals Water Resistant Lock

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Safeguard your ammo or valuables with this waterproof ammo can lock. Simply drill a hole and attach the lock-bolt with the included double O-ring seals. Box Lox allows you to padlock the ammo can handle so it can't be opened or tampered with. Does not include padlock, made in the U.S.A. 
Total number of Reviews: 10

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1.0 5
"They state that these things can use a padlock. Leads you to believe that a standard size padlock will work. Wrong! You have to go find some small padlocks to get one that will fit into the tiny hole in this thing. Definitely not good enough to prevent a criminal who breaks into your house from breaking into an ammo can. Only good for keeping small children out of the ammo."
5.0 5
"I purchased these and installed them on 5 - 20mm ammo cans fore and aft and some smaller single-sided-open cans. They're easy to install and work great. I disagree with the reviewer regarding the locks. Seeing the picture alone - how could you expect to put a full-sized lock through this bolt? I have good sized Brinks combination locks on all of mine - no problem. Good to remember that locks are made for honest people. If someone wants to get into your ammo can, it won't take much - and a single padlock won't keep them out! Highly recommend these."
4.0 5
"Have these on a few of my ammo cans. They do a good job of keeping out the curious / unauthorized \"persons.\""
4.0 5
"How can you be surprised that a full sized lock won't fit. Didn't you look at the picture? And if someone breaks into your house to steal, don't you think they could just carry your can out with them... This isn't designed to be a bank vault, but it does do a slick job of securing your ammo can."
3.0 5
"I purchased this locking device and its OK. Its better than the ones that use the L bar bracket but not as good as the AmmoLock.com ones. This brand will work but you end up destroying the thin washers getting them off the pin when you replace your o-ring seal when it goes bad."
2.0 5
"I think the product description and quality control are a big issue for this item. First, instructions for installing need to be amended as follows.1. Make sure you have a QUALITY 7/16 metal drill bit as well as a metal routing attachment for your Dremel. The QC on this item is poor at best, so you will need to rout out the hole you drilled to get it to fit properly.2. Toss the washers in favor of a good silicon epoxy. 3. Make sure you have a QUALITY 1/4 metal drill bit to enlarge the lock hole otherwise you will never fit a lock on this properly.4. Lastly be prepared to FIGHT the retaining washer on as the QC on the bolt is poor and the washer is slightly undersized.This could be a much better product, but the manufacturer isn't up to spec. Anyone looking for a good project and with mechanical skill will have little problem putting this on, but if you don't feel comfortable, just get something else. Next time I will just purchase an ammo can with the locks already installed."
5.0 5
"Works great to give me peace of mind that kids (mine or their friends) can't get into my ammo. Simple."
3.0 5
"Had a lot of drilling and made it fit the ammo box and lock I used. NO TEMPLATE or how-to with this. Not sure if I would buy it again."
4.0 5
"I bought one of the and recently installed it. After drilling the holes be prepared to enlarge custom fit a little bit of every thing. I wish the pin itself was thicker, after drilling out the hole to fit a lock substantial enough there wasn't much metal left. The lock that would fit in the provided hole wouldn't last two smacks from a hammer. As for seating the pin and washers, use a socket, and gently hammer the pin until seated. Had to do a good bit of filing with a round mill file on all the holes. But after 45 minutes of messing with it, it's water tight and secure."
4.0 5
"I have purchased and used no less than 60 of these on 30 large ammo cans. True it's a tight fit, but it needs to be to work right - and most still keep the can airtight (if you want to insure it's still airtight, then a little epoxy would work as mentioned). I used my standard nitride-coated drill bits and had no problem drilling the holes. A little smoothing out with a file, and voila! Had no problem with the flanged retainer using standard pliers opened to large setting. Some of the units I enlarged the existing hole for a larger lock, but on most I used a small cable lock - works well. I will continue to use and recommend to anyone!"