VERY LIMITED QUANTITIES – HARD TO FIND AMMO CANS!
The limited edition Vintage Tall 50 is patent pending and built using a rare, brown Vietnam era “Tall 50” size ammo can. Originally used to hold fuses, .50 cal ammunition or .30 cal ammunition (stencils will vary).
It’s the same width and length as the original “The 50” size Ammodor but a few inches taller! Most are dated from the early 1970s and are made from thicker steel then modern ammo cans.
Exterior measures 11.75″ long x 6″ deep x 10.25″ tall. Once lined with Spanish Cedar wood, the interior measures 10.5″ long x 5.25″ deep x 9.25″ tall. Has 510 cubic inches of volume and is rated to hold 120 cigars (measured using Corona size 5.5″ x 42 ring gauge). For optimal organization and to ensure adequate air circulation, we recommend storing approximately 75 cigars inside.
Get all the hardware you need for your new humidor with our convenient Basic, Deluxe or Premium packages – plus you’ll get extra bundle savings!
- • Basic:
Ammo can humidor, two Boveda 69% humidity pack humidifiers, two Boveda 84% seasoning packs and Ammodor Decal.
- • Deluxe:
Ammo can humidor, two Boveda 69% humidity pack humidifiers, two Boveda 84% seasoning packs, Xikar Digital Hygrometer and Ammodor Decal.
- • Premium:
Ammo can humidor, two Boveda 69% humidity pack humidifiers, two Boveda 84% seasoning packs, Xikar Digital Hygrometer, Boveda Double Pack Holder in your choice of metal or Wood and Ammodor Decal.. Our most popular option!
Looking for better organization? Check out our The Vintage Tall 50 with Tray model that includes an additional handmade, removable Spanish Cedar top tray.
The Tall 50 size Ammodor is built using a US Military “tall 50” size ammunition can. They are genuine, Grade 1, military surplus ammo boxes that have been previously used by the men and women of our US Armed Forces.
They are nearly indestructible and feature a secure flip open lid with a rubber seal around the rim – making Ammodors 100% waterproof and air-tight. There is no better container for a humidor!
The interior sides and bottom are lined with precision milled 1/4″ thick Spanish Cedar. It is the preferred lining for high-end humidors since it offers natural protection from tobacco worms and mold. Joints feature beautiful 45 degree angled cuts. The bottom exterior is lined with olive drab green felt to prevent your ammo box humidor from scratching any delicate table top surfaces.
All ammo cans are thoroughly cleaned and sanitized prior to becoming an Ammodor – they will not ruin your cigars with harmful odors! Learn more about our cleaning process.
Ammodors believes in giving back to the men and women that put their lives on the line to protect our Country and our freedom. We make ongoing product and monetary donations to non-profit organizations such as Hope For The Warriors®, USO, Humidors For Heroes and many others.
Every Ammodor humidor is handcrafted right here in the good ole USA. Nearly all of our vendors are local Veteran owned small business. We have a “green” manufacturing process and nearly 100% of all waste from production is recycled or repurposed.
Please note: Ammodors are built by hand, made to order. Please allow at least 3 business days for production of your Ammodor prior to shipment. Contact us with any rush orders.
Ammodors ammo can humidors are built using surplus ammo cans that have been proudly used by our Armed Forces. Due to this fact, the outside of the can may have minor scratches, dings or light exterior rust. Exterior markings and stencils will vary – writing may say .50 cal, .30 cal, fuses, etc. Frankly, we think that’s what makes Ammodors so cool! Ammodors are tough, combat tested and look bad ass! If you’re looking for a “pretty” little cigar humidor, look somewhere else.
BEWARE of cheap humidor knockoffs that have copied our products! Since 1998, Ammodors are the original ammo can humidor and are trademarked and patent pending. Imitators use inferior lumber instead of real Spanish Cedar, use cheap veneer instead of solid wood or have poor building techniques and crappy hardware. Learn more about what makes Ammodors different.