Ammunition is way less susceptible to “going bad” than your long-term food supplies. However, improper storage of ammo can
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California’s Proposition 63 requires individuals who wish to purchase ammunition to first obtain a permit. The measure then mandates dealers to check this permit before selling ammunition, and will halt the mail-order sale of ammunition to California residents. What does this mean for California gun owners? Do you have a plan to stock up before Prop 63 goes into effect?
One of the best field/ammo boxes just got BIGGER. When it is time to head to the field with ammo, magazines, and gear,
A guest post written by Eve Flanigan.
Today, as gun owners and advocates of defensive living, we’re constantly scrutinized for
I like the idea of having a place to stash valuables—cold hard cash, documents, heirlooms, guns, food or whatever. The fellows over at MTM just made my wishes a little easier to fulfill. Storing emergency money in one of these might actually be safer than storing it at a bank. More importantly, stashing something that would not be worthless in an apocalyptic emergency such as tradable goods or ammunition would be your best bet.
September is National Preparedness Month. Be ready! Have a plan and make an emergency kit. The Shooter’s Log has all the information you need to prepare for disasters.
It’s not if, it’s when.
I’m a shooter who likes to hang out with other shooters. My group of shooting buddies regularly goes through a lot of ammo,