Hotlead: How about putting ammo in boxes in the bottom half of the can and five mag in the top, you'll have a good amount of ammo as well as a handful of mags, do every can this way and it won't matter which one(or several) you grab.
Harry Drew: y would you film this!!! the govt sees all and you've pretty much freaked yourself over by showing people that you have that amount of ammo stored in your house. think before you act.
Chris Franks: Hey I was wondering if I have my 7.69x39mm rounds exactly like the box on the left in the mags how long will the bullets last without corrosion and going bad?
Texas Holdem: That's a Rockin Idea But I found a Full can of 9 MM is Heavy,,, Dam it Sucks gittin Old
ruger181: That ammo was bought in 2006 for about 150 dollars at my local gun store. Academy Sports here locally are selling it 5.99 for box of 20, so at this time (21 August 2013) it will cost about 300 dollars before taxes for 1000 rounds.
19987mac: You seriously just made me smile :) I need to do this ....... What's the pice for all that ammo? An were you buy it
Headass357: The left side is for bug out and the right side is for bug in
josueguzman602: The only thing that sucks for me with having alota ammo in storage is I always want to go shooting lol
Krzysztof Grabiński: Good idea. In case you had to take only one ammo can, you can always put lose cartridges into the gaps (between magazines and ammo boxes), so you can bring more than 500 rounds and you will still have 10 mags in it.
Randall Keizer: Ex military. Compression will ruin your mag. Always had a 30 round mag and we never put loaded more than 27 rounds EVER!!! You are looking for trouble if you leave mags loaded all the time and to their max.
Dr.Trollish: No its not, springs also lose compression ability from being compressed for long periods of time. Weather or not that will have enough of an impact to make the magazine not function is another story.
Dean Thorton: That is a myth. Compressed or not compressed makes no difference. It's the action of compressing and uncompromising that wears out a spring. He's doing nothing wrong here.
Anthony Kumpe: That why I load 2 or 3 mag leave 5 rounds out and don't load the rest at frist I made the same mastake
Georgia Yankee: good way to flatten out your mag springs storing them long term fully loaded.
swearingenmetro: About 240 of 00 2 3/4"
Budget Shooter: about 250
Budget Shooter: you can hold about 250 2 3/4
evo8FQ400: of a forum i found that a .50cal can can hold 224 2 3/4" shells in rows. if anyone wants the link just send me a message.
ruger181: Good question, I am not for sure since I don't have a shotgun. If you can't find your answer from other videos or forums then I guess you can fill up your .50 cal can with the ammo and let us know for sure by posting it.
evo8FQ400: how many 2 3/4" 12g rounds can it hold loosely? thanks for the upload
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