Here are a few things that you can look at! 1. Send magazines to me, things don't rust in WY . 2. Get some zip bags and Brownells (or anyones) Desi Packs and put in. Have to reactivate after a while. 3. Get a vaccume bag machine and seal in with the Desi Packs. 4. Put a argon, or other innert gas in bag to purg the air before sealing. Hope this help! I'd go for No.1 myself! :roll: Mike
I use California Competition Gun Works mag pouches. He makes them in a lot of sizes and colors. The edges are cut with a hot knife then bound. Being a parachute rigger, I think the quality is good. Just as good as I could make at home on my machines. Brownells sells them.
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I keep my magazines in old coffee cans with the plastic lids snapped tight on them. It's very dry in my basement so I don't add anything, but you could toss in a small desiccant bag if you wanted.
Denny's used to sell a plastic box that held 8 1911 mags.
Can't find a manufacture's name on one though..
If someone had an old catalog and find out who made them I'm
sure they are still available..
Though I still had old catalog but no luck..