Flashlight/battery storage?

Buff

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I have only been collecting flashlights seriously for 6 months. I bought a couple early in the year but it wasn't a collection. I would never go overboard on collecting anything i would catch myself saying.

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Non of the batteries are touching each other and i may pull the big flashlight and put the two blue trays back and dedicate this box to the smaller sized lights and batteries.
 

letschat7

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I use Hart too and Systema, and Packout plus ammo cans full of alkalines.
 

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Buff

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I have regular house hold batteries in there original packing in a large Tupperware container in the cabinet above the refrigerator. Clocks, smoke alarms some cheap flashlights/lanterns all need batteries.
But the rechargeable batteries and the collection small as it is need special storage considerations. Hence the Hart tool box. I have heard a few nightmares when it comes to ion lithium batteries and improper handling or storage.
 
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