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I've got discs everywhere what should I get to store them in?

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Walmart sells the perfect size -- I'm at work so I don't know the exact measurements. I personally have not seen this size elsewhere.
Bin from WM...

I bought an old book case so I could keep them on their side. Also bought some Rubber Made containers for long term storage, but I found putting them flat tend to "warp" them to some degree.
Buckhorn makes the heavy duty grey one's you see most vendors with.

http://www.buckhorninc.com/

I cant remember the part number but they can be found for ~$12 ea. by using the above link.
check out discking1.com. we make disc racks that stores them on edge so they dont warp. also has a bag hook to store your bag, can be packaged to fit any amount of discs. there are shelf sections that hold 40 or 80 discs (drivers, putters and mids = less) can put up to "3 shelfs" on a rack. come in any color you want. also can oder to mount on wall or sit on table/desktop.
There's a new company coming out with a line of baskets, benches, and disc golf racks - http://www.discking1.com/products
Aren't discs more likely to warp on their side, maybe get a little wobbly?

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I bought an old book case so I could keep them on their side. Also bought some Rubber Made containers for long term storage, but I found putting them flat tend to "warp" them to some degree.
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My_Hero said:
Buckhorn makes the heavy duty grey one's you see most vendors with.

http://www.buckhorninc.com/

I cant remember the part number but they can be found for ~$12 ea. by using the above link.



I found an old message board thread that had useful info on it pertaining to this topic.




Q: What is the best way to store discs? Stacked on top of each other or standing upright?

A: The best way is to use the durable, grey bins made by Buckhorn Inc. (part # 475-291) These are the bins that you see most vendors using. They hold approx. 50 drivers, or 35 mid range discs.

http://www.buckhorninc.com/products/index.asp

1-800-543-4454 is their number and if i remember correctly they'll give you a few as "samples" to see if they'll work for you. Of course we know that they work, but if the company wants to give a few away, i'll take them.

The new part no. is SW24111002 and overall size is 24 x 11 x 10.00 Dk. Gray or Blue and they are $12.49 for any qty up to 49. Plus shipping. THEY ARE LOCATED and PICTURED ON PG 25 in the online catalog (pdf file).

Not a bad price as these bins nest (stack) very well and are virtually indestructible!

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