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Military Aluminum Pressurized Case Heavy Duty 15.5x14.5x10.5"

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This case features a spring loaded, flat folding handle, six clasps and a purge valve to release pressure since it is air tight. Marked with military numbers and shows some wear, but no serious dents or damage. Case is made of Heavy guage aluminum but is still light weight. Case is 15.5" wide, 14.5" across, and 10.5" tall outside and about one inch smaller around the inside. Complete with rubber gasket to keep your gear dry.

All Military surplus products are used, the condition of the products varies, and the quantities may be limited. Unfortunately, we can not accept backorders or returns on any surplus products. Surplus condition scale:
Grade I Used in like new to excellent condition. Grade II Used in good condition, may show minor use.
Grade III Used in fair condition, will show normal wear and tear from daily use. 
Total number of Reviews: 4

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1.0 5
"I recently purchased one of these night vision cases for my 35mm camera gear. And I am writing this review to caution anybody thinking about buying this case. Outside of case: covered in dust and some thick black substance, so I cleaned it up to find lots of large scratches, missing paint, and 3 medium size dents. The case basically needs repainted. When I went to pop the 6 clasps they would not open completely frozen shut, so after some oiling and some playing with it they finally opened. The case appears to have a hinged lid on-line but is really made to come completely off. (Not so good for my camera use) I also found that the built in relief valve was stuck shut, not that I was going to use it anyway... Inside of case: I opened the case to find the advertised foam inserts had been ripped out leaving some bits of foam and allot of adhesive to clean up. Then I noticed the rubber seal on the lid was almost completely dry-rotted and would need replaced. So to some things up it\uFFFDs a bulky, beat up, 13 pound, hard to open useless box that I paid $49.00 for if you ask me its worth about $10.00. What you get looks nothing like the picture you see. Your better of buying a $5 ammo can from your local army navy store. Because that\uFFFDs all this case is good for long term storage of ammo and nothing more. I suggest saving your money and buying something else. I give this a 0 out of 5 bullets!Also case was poorly packaged in a box much to large with only a few sheets of paper for packing. Oh well\uFFFD Hopefully CTD will take it back.Thanks,John"
4.0 5
"I will have to disagree with the last reviewer, only a few dings and dongs in my case, although these seem to be luck of the draw for which one you get. I found this to be quite a robust case for the money and have used it as a suitcase for a recent trip and none of my goods were damaged."
4.0 5
"What do you expect its used and a cool items thats worth the money."
5.0 5
"...but to the first reviewer, this is military surplus and you cannot expect it to be in brand new condition. Keep up the good work CTD. and please post this so others can learn from this."