Digging up ammo cans from the bottom of a pond after a year (VIDEO)


In an experiment to see how well metal GI and commercial plastic ammo cans work for storing rounds, a prepper sunk four in a pond and came back after a year.

Mike Adams, a self-described prepper who posts under TheHealthRanger channel on YouTube, deep-sixed a pair of used GI .30 caliber cans alongside another pair of plastic dry boxes. Two made it, and two didn’t. All were filled with ammo.

The only thing we have to say is to question why he was cool with risking all that nice CCI Velocitor to the pond scum when a couple packs of Tula .223 could have verified the hypothesis in the experiment. The horrors. The horrors.

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