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Pelican cases! How do you use them and what do they look like!

Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by gvcandyman, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. david57strat

    david57strat EDC Junkie!!!

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    The 1010 cases are perfect for storing 18650 (and CR123) batteries:



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  2. david57strat

    david57strat EDC Junkie!!!

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    I love the cat. Priceless!
     
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  3. onebadwagon

    onebadwagon Loaded Pockets

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    Are you a production rigger?
     
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  4. Gray29

    Gray29 Loaded Pockets

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    Don't know what kind of case this is. It came off an MCB. Use it to store my empty's.
     
  5. Andrew.C

    Andrew.C Loaded Pockets

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    Might have to look into doing this, never realized those batteries fit so well
     
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  6. david57strat

    david57strat EDC Junkie!!!

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    I picked up this particular 1010 case and the filler at Battery Junction, because the insert (in the case in the bottom picture) was designed specifically for CR123 batteries, and I had read pretty amazing things about Pelican cases. This was the first Pelican case I ever bought, and I have no regrets. As it turned out, the 1010 with no insert worked beautifully for 18650 batteries; so it was a double bonus.