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Old 03-13-2013, 10:50 PM
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Hey all,

So im sitting here organizing my ammo and I was curious what your thoughts were.

Do you prefer one caliber per ammo can?
such, one can for all the 9, one for the 40, etc, etc..

Or do you think its better to have some of each caliber in each can?

My thought was this: if you only had time/room to grab just one gun and one ammo can, you would run the risk of grabbing the wrong can/gun combo.

If you grabbed your 45 but you also grabbed the 9mm ammo can, you would be screwed.
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It all depends on what you are storing for.

Long term storage I tend to not mix ammos, brand or specs.

Short term storage, I try to keep caliber the same.

I also have a range box that is mixed.

Ammo that might be needed at home is in mags.
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:08 PM
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Pack and store one caliber per ammo can.

Write the caliber on the front of the ammo can with a gold marker. (If I need to re-label the can, Hoppes No. 9 removes the old ink.)

It takes less than five seconds to take a deep breath, read the labels and pick the correct ammo can(s).
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It all depends on what you are storing for.

Long term storage I tend to not mix ammos, brand or specs.

Short term storage, I try to keep caliber the same.

I also have a range box that is mixed.

Ammo that might be needed at home is in mags.
^ this sums it up for me though I keep my home ammo on stripper clips not in mags.
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:55 PM
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I keep all my ammo separated by caliber. However I keep a 'go box' with a small selection of every caliber I own. That way I can grab whatever gun I want, and that box and not worry about getting the right ammo.

Also gives me opportunity for bartering should the need arise.
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:58 PM
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Separated by caliber in 40mm ammo cans, it's all I could find to hold it all, and it's better than the previous 5 gallon bucket setup. 50cal with a bit of mixed stuff for range trip.
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Old 03-14-2013, 12:27 AM
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Strip clipped and neatly stacked in ammo can, unclipped ammo gets to roam freely in it's own caliber ammo can. This leads to happy ammo and happier ammo cans with an even happier owner.
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My ready self defense cache is in magazines and bandoleers but the rest is in cans. I keep one caliber per can and I label the cans with all of the details and have desiccant packets in each can.
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One can, one caliber, manufacturer, specs. Labeled with a post it under the handle, no lost or loose labels yet.

If SHTF, range bag always has various calibers and supplies.

Always take more than one gun, a breakage or malfunction with one still leaves you a backup!
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We have two gotta go cans with ammo for quick grab light guns. The rest is by caliber. Big 5 has orange plastic ammo cans with a sealed lid for 10. I bought what they had, 2. I like them.
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I have one ammo can with 9mm and one with 12 gauge shells.

I need more ammo cans.
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Old 03-14-2013, 6:02 AM
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We have a separate shelf in the safe for each type of ammo. Separate safe for magazines. Separate powder magazine in the gun room for reloading.
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i did not think you should put ammo in a safe?
each ammo has its can with descant in them.
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how is everyone gonna load their magazines if fienstien has all clips outlawed? just wondering. high capacity clips.
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Long term-vacuum sealed in mylar bags with o2 absorbers.
Short term-in magzines (which get rotated every few weeks) in ammo box.
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I have one ammo can with 9mm and one with 12 gauge shells.

I need more ammo cans.
Ammo cans are expensive. I bought 5 gal buckets at Home depot. About $4 a piece including the lid.
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All mags loaded.
Same calibers in ammo cans & marked. I also thro in original box lid w/lot # on it.
The only ammo I keep in original boxes is 22 and CCW.


Sent with 2 cans & a long string.
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All mags loaded.
Same calibers in ammo cans & marked. I also thro in original box lid w/lot # on it.
The only ammo I keep in original boxes is 22 and CCW.


Sent with 2 cans & a long string.
I keep most mags loaded. I've read conflicting info about string compression being bad for mags for storage. So I have tried to get in the habit of keeping mags rotated every couple of months (loaded then unloaded).

I've also read it doesn't matter. Since I have no idea what the 'correct' info is, I just try to play it safe. Since all my standard mags are legally and permanently blocked to 10 rounds, the springs aren't fully compressed anyway.
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Ammo cans labeled with blue painters tape. One Caliber per can.
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I like to empty out all my cardboard ammo boxes into one big ammo box. All calibers mixed together loosely. That way I don't have to think about which gun to choose. Just grab one and grab a handful of loose ammo and I am bound to come up with a couple rounds of whatever caliber I need. JK

But seriously. I keep my bulk ammo in ammo cans by caliber mostly loose with a couple of boxes on top just in case I need to grab a small amount and go.

I also have several pill bottles with 50 rounds of 9mm, 100 rounds of .22lr, and 50 rounds of .32 respectively. Three different types of bottles, so I can tell caliber by feel of the bottle. Couple of each in my Bug Out Bag.
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Cans?

I have some + the Cabelas green boxes.

But most are stacked in the box cases they came in. There are some that have been received, I haven't even opened.

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Ammo cans are expensive. I bought 5 gal buckets at Home depot. About $4 a piece including the lid.
Ever try to move a 5 gallon bucket full of 9mm?

I can get about 1,000 9mm rounds in one ammo can without too much trouble. That weighs about 25 pounds.

I could easily fit about 6 or 7 times that in a 5 gallon bucket.

175 pounds of ammo in one plastic bucket.

You would need a forklift to move it.

You would be better off getting ahold of some 1 gallon paint cans.
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How to stack your ammo:

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I keep the ammo types separated as I have the room and cans to do so. If I didn't I would not be too concerned about mixing them.

I also have a grab-n-go ammo bag with all the loaded mags, combat grade (i.e. no target or play ammo) reloads, cleaning kit, and misc parts and tools.

I would take this if bugging out in the vehicles or bikes and trailers. Leaving on foot, leaving it all behind accept whats in the mags and a box of .22
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I have separate 50 Cal cans for each caliber, 2 or 3 depending on what I normally stock, and separate cans for each type of shotgun shells.

Then I have a couple that I throw stuff in when I go to the range, depending on what I'm taking that day.
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I store mine in .50 cal ammo cans. Labeled inside and outside (caliber, bullet weight, SHTF or practice application, and amount). SHTF ammo cans are labeled red and practice cans are labeled black.
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Ever try to move a 5 gallon bucket full of 9mm?

I can get about 1,000 9mm rounds in one ammo can without too much trouble. That weighs about 25 pounds.

I could easily fit about 6 or 7 times that in a 5 gallon bucket.

175 pounds of ammo in one plastic bucket.

You would need a forklift to move it.

You would be better off getting ahold of some 1 gallon paint cans.
No disrespect but this is a "How is your ammo organized" thread. All of the ammo is boxed so if I have to move it I can. But the one gallon paint can is a great idea.
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I keep all my mags loaded, but in the cans I keep the most frequently used on top. That's about it.
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A 5 gallon bucket of .556 62 gr. green tip weighs about 120 pounds about 3 inches from the top. 6000 rounds. Not much more for 308
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I keep most mags loaded. I've read conflicting info about string compression being bad for mags for storage. So I have tried to get in the habit of keeping mags rotated every couple of months (loaded then unloaded).
The real answer is that leaving springs compressed won't hurt the springs, its repeated cycles of compression and release that wears out springs.
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It all depends on what you are storing for.

Long term storage I tend to not mix ammos, brand or specs.

Short term storage, I try to keep caliber the same.

I also have a range box that is mixed.

Ammo that might be needed at home is in mags.
Exactly this.
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I keep some in my bedroom in ammo cans, some in the safe, some on the kitchen table, some on my guitar amp. I know exactly where it all is and how much.
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The real answer is that leaving springs compressed won't hurt the springs, its repeated cycles of compression and release that wears out springs.
You do have to worry about the feed lips tho.
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I keep each caliber in a separate tool box which is labeled. I'm not looking forward to the day I load the wrong caliber and have an oh-**** moment.
SHTF ammo is kept in magazines by the firearm it is intended for with one magazine in the firearm.
All my defensive firearms are kept loaded in a separate safe which is bolted to everything around it.
Range magazines/firearms are kept unloaded and in another safe.
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My ammo is stored In Resealed old MRE outer bags with Desiccant packs.
I try to keep my SHTF ammo stock as Consistent as possible 9mm are almost all American Eagle 124 gr FMJ there is some Remington but its still 124gr FMJ , 22lr are mini mags etc...

only with this resent Shortage Did I start buying what ever I can Find just to get range time.
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I have "GO" cans ready to grab and go. They have enough ammo for primary and secondary weapons. One for each shooter in the house. The rest of my stuff is broken down by caliber and kept in 50 cal ammo cans.

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