How you store your ammunition is just as important as the way you store your guns. If you don’t safely secure your ammunition, there’s a great chance that it will deteriorate. As a result, the gun you plan to use will not function properly.
Tips for Storing Ammunition
How you store your ammunition is just as important as the way you store your guns. If you don’t safely secure your ammunition, there’s a great chance that it will deteriorate. As a result, the gun you plan to use will not function properly
1)Organization of Ammunition Supply: Organization is key! The first step to efficient organization of your ammunition is to buy some labels for each of your containers that is
-Label each container
-Store different caliber cartridges separately
-Do not mix different size shells
-Place humidity sensor (indicator) card in ammunition supply
-Use oldest rounds first
2)Use Vacuum Sealed Bags:An additional tip for making the most out of your moisture defense is to use vacuum-sealed bags. While squeezing the air out of plastic bags will work decently, storing ammo in a vacuum-sealed bag is the best way to ensure no air–and therefore no moisture–makes it into the presence of your ammunition.
3)Reload Your Ammunition: In reality, the best way to store your ammunition is to avoid it altogether. Using ammo is better than storing ammo, and if you have the know-how and the ability, reloading your ammo is a great way to make sure you always have fresh munitions. If you embark on this endeavor, spare no expense
You must be 18 to purchase long gun ammunition & 21 for shotgun ammunition.
We cannot accept returns on ammunition for safety g.
Make sure you use the correct ammunition in your gun.
Check your local laws and regulations before purchasing ammunition.
The purchaser is responsible for knowing his/her state laws and restrictions.
All ammunition is considered hazardous and will be shipped ground, contiguous 48 states only. A street address is required for delivery.