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3D Printed Ammo Boxes Review

Mar 7, 2024 | Reviews

One of the most important upgrades that we have done for our range program was the purchase of (10) 3D-printed ammo boxes. At the very beginning of our program, I used to individually count out 10 rounds to each kid as I passed out ammo. This was very time-consuming, and not the most effective way to help the kids load their magazines. I then transitioned to using older CCI empty ammo boxes. They did work and served their purpose. They did help us accurately dispense the 10 rounds that we needed, more accurately. Then one day while searching on Etsy I found these very cool 3D-printed 100-round ammo boxes. I bought 10 of them so that we will always have 1000 rounds of 22 long rifles, loaded and ready to go at all times.

These ammo boxes have been a great upgrade because they allow us to keep our ammunition organized, and protected, and help us dispense accurate amounts of ammo quickly to the kids. This has helped us increase our efficiency. When we are more efficient with our time. We get to spend more doing the fun stuff and having fun. We spend more time shooting. When you order these 3D ammo boxes, you can select the color that they are printed in. One thing I will caution you about is to keep them out of direct sunlight. This is a lesson I learned the hard way when I had 3 boxes melt and I had to order 3 new ones. What I like about these boxes is how I can easily hand out ammo accurately in our firearms safety classes for children. I can walk down the line and pass 10 rounds to a kid. I then reset the box and gave 10 rounds to the next child. This makes the process quick.

One of the drawbacks is the time that I have to spend to reload the boxes. Typically I do this on Mondays in the office after we are on the range. This is very time-consuming and I do get hand cramps from holding loose 22 shells. This is the worst part of using these but it is a necessary evil, unfortunately. This takes up to an hour per session to load up to 1000 rounds into the boxes. The amount I have to load depends on how many rounds we fired at the previous range class. All in all, we are happy with this purchase. If you are looking for a way to keep your ammo organized and protected. You won’t be disappointed with these 3D-printed ammo boxes. They retail for $10-$20 depending on the options that you select and it also depends on the Esty shop that you choose. You can find these on Etsy under 22lr ammo boxes.

Thank you for reading. ZERO firearm accidents are the only acceptable goal!!®


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