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Ray Allen Magnetic Stash Boxes

Company: Ray Allen Manufacturing

May 01, 2006

Ray Allen’s heavy-duty magnetic stash boxes that attach to many metallic surfaces allow officers to train K-9s to sniff for odors by placing a hide in a variety of locations. Made of heavy-duty aluminum, the boxes feature self-locking lids to secure an odor sample and 25 pound-test magnets for positive attachment to many metallic surfaces. The small stash box measures approximately 5.75x2.25x1.5 inches. The large stash box measures approximately 11.5x2.25x1.5 inches.

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