B5 Systems

NTOA – Bronc Box

Bronc Box started in the hunting market as a modern field chest but it didn’t take long for military and LE customers to adopt this rolling gear storage and transportation system.

Bronc Box features a doubled-walled, foam-filled roto-molded shell, offering over a 12,000 cubic inches of storage. At 55lbs, it’s not light, but then again, it’s not going to fall apart on you.

It is wheeled and incorporates corner lock/tie down points as well as four latches on the lid. Inside the lid is weapon storage and the main body includes trays to organize your gear. For those of you who need it, it can be fitted with an air release valve for air travel. Offered in a variety of colors.

Outer Dimensions
Height 20.67” Width 20” Length 48”

Inner Dimensions
Height 16.67” Width 16” Length 42”


6 Responses to “NTOA – Bronc Box”

  1. Matthew says:

    You made a mistake with the http://www.broncbox.com link.

  2. AbnMedOps says:

    55 lbs?? Empty? Well, so much for commercial air, if not travelling on orders.

    • straps says:

      LoL in my 3rd decade of service a check-in guy finally threw down that gauntlet.

      I presented my orders. He read through them for way longer than anyone who actually has seen a set of orders would read them (I just make sure M&IE is covered). Remember before DTS when your orders actually authorized the excess baggage and the rental cars and dinner in town? I don’t think he remembered either–he had a definite DADT vibe about him. Not that there’s anything wrong with that…

      I had been cleared for Excess Baggage on DTS but I knew that particular airline was cool with .mil baggage up to 75 lbs. and I’m all about the taxpayer. Luckily he relented, meaning I wouldn’t be ‘splaining a set of SAPIs at Pre-Check…

      • AbnMedOps says:

        Last flight (not on orders) on return home my loadout roller bag somehow grew to 68 lbs. Fortunately, I went to curbside check-in, holding a $5 bill with my ID. Check in guy focused in on that juicy tip, just waiting to be plucked and asked “did they charge you coming in?” “Nope.” “Ok, sir, you are good!” Vegas, Baby! Anything for a price!

  3. John C. says:

    $795? Wow, I’m all for good gear but that’s a chunk of change.

  4. Buckaroomedic says:

    Sure, that’s nice and all . . . but how long will ice stay frozen?