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Pellcan Pellet Containers

Pellcan Pellet Containers

There are several ways of doing this, but the latest pellet container from Pellcan is a super slick option.

Manufactured in the USA by Next Step Manufacturing, the Pellcan is a superbly made container, engineered from high grade aluminium alloy, with some really neat features.

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Exterior ‘o’ rings aid opening and closing, whilst others ensure that the container is airtight (an important consideration in the battle against oxidization).

The model shown is the 2.9inch (diameter) version (1.2inch high) which can hold up to 400 .20 calibre pellets, and a full complement of .177 pellets. It weighs just under 6oz. The larger 3.9 inch diameter model can take a full tin of .25cal for example, and both feature a Higbee thread (machined so it will not cross thread). The bottom half of the can has a recess to allow it to be stacked on top of the lid in use.

In addition, all Pellcan’s come fitted with a precisely machined 10mmx 2mm’medallion’ that is engraved with the calibre, and sits magnetically in the lid’s recess. Bear in mind these Pellcans are anodized in the same facility that anodizes Leupold scopes, and you can begin to appreciate the quality.

Aimed at serious shooters who demand top quality accessories, the Pellcan is a welcome addition to the market. Pellcan Pellet Containers are available in red, black, green, blue, desert sand, orange, and pewter. Sizes availableare 2.9inch (£32) and 3.9inch (£40).

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1 Comments

  • These things look pretty cool, but anything machined (I think) out of aluminum usually ends up being outrageously expensive.

    Note: I realize precision costs money, but it would be great if there were something between the easily crushed cheap aluminum containers on ebay and highly engineered and overbuilt precision “cans” like these guys. I want to use these to hold my snus (a moist tobacco product) and I hope j can afford several.

    Wait a second-where am I supposed to lick to go to the website that sells these pellet cans from outer space? The only link takes you to another page on this website I’m on right now. Dude… come on!

    Lame!

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    Can Likin’ Guy
    23 Jan 2019 at 06:49 AM


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