The first and obvious use for these new and surplus metal and plastic ammo cans is storing your ammunition. However, there are limitless uses for ammo cans whether in a survival situation or not.
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Seasoned preppers have storage solutions and creative ways to store food and supplies. Some have root cellars, basements, hidden rooms,
Ammunition is way less susceptible to “going bad” than your long-term food supplies. However, improper storage of ammo can
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
There are only two things food needs to spoil—oxygen and moisture. Oxygen and moisture allow the growth of
Not all storage containers are created equal. Although there are many storage containers on the market that can be used in a variety of applications, most have some type of limitation.
Most survival or prepping blogs and websites—FEMA and CDC included—recommend storing a three day supply of non-perishable food items for emergencies. However, what is a three-day supply exactly? Does that mean you need to store three meals a day for each person in your household or you need to buy three cans of food per person per day? Neither is necessarily correct. Stockpiling a three-day supply of food is a little more complicated than that.
The average ammo can, whether new or military surplus, usually holds .50 caliber ammunition and averages close to the same
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,
You may subscribe to the philosophy of “when it comes time to bury your guns, it’s really time to dig them up,” but how realistic is that? In a time of marital law and SWAT comes beating down your door to confiscate your guns, are you really going to shoot them all up?