Re: Spam Can Ammo Caches

Posted: November 21, 2016 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

brushbeater

cache3 A large cache raided overseas.

From today’s letter to Survivalblog concerning caches…

A reader dug his up to inspect the conditions and commented on how well the Russian spam cans held up. The pictures tell the tale. cache1cache2

The author indicated that he buried the spam cans in 2009. That gave them five years underground. They’re not looking too good. For that reason I felt it pretty prudent to post this, since I know many in the audience at a minimum has some ammo cached somewhere (among other essential items…right???)  and the experience needs to be shared.

I’m not picking on you (seriously), but this is not how you cache anything. Spam cans are great for shipping ammo and keeping it all in one place for a long period of time, but when exposed to water some problems pop up. Metal does what when exposed to water…rusts…right?…

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