Ammunition and ammo cans
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We sell quality handgun, rifle, and shotgun ammunition from Hornady, Remington, Winchester, Federal, Corbon / Glaser Safety Slug, Tula, Sellier and Bellot, Barnes, Nosler, Weatherby, Barrett, Armscor, Silver State Armory, Magtech, Magsafe, Liberty, Geco / Ruag, and PMC. Please read the descriptions of each product for more info. You can do this by clicking on the thumbnail image of a given type of ammo. Please see our Ammunition Agreement before considering buying ammo from us, as there are shipping (Fedex/UPS only), signature-required-for-delivery, local/State legality requirements. We sell ammunition only for U.S. consumption and for lawful purposes.
Advice for Emergency Preparedness:
Guns aren't much good without ammo. If you have a Bug Out Bag (BOB) ready, have enough ammo in it to support reasonable self defense away from home and on the move. If a storm, or other disaster, prevents travel by vehicle, you and your loved ones may need to evacuate on foot (like many people did before and after 2005's Hurricane Katrina).
For self defense during travel, we recommend a minimum of 200 rounds of handgun ammo, 400 rounds of rifle ammo, and 100 rounds of shotgun ammo for each gun you pack with you. You'll quickly find that a shotgun is great around the house, where you can support it with all that heavy shotgun ammo, but a repeating .22LR rifle or handgun may provide more firepower with less weight. Five hundred rounds of .22 long rifle weighs less than 25 rounds of 12 gauge shells. The .22 rimfire can usually be used out to 100 yards accurately, with little recoil. That is not the case for shotguns.
Ziploc bags are cheap and practical for storage and weatherproofing. Even if you have a weatherproof duffle bag, backpack, fanny pack, or day pack for a Bug Out Bag, there's no guarantee that the weather will be in your favor when you remove your ammo from it. Check out the new MTM waterproof, plastic ammo cans and boxes for long-term storage of ammo and handguns.
Last of all, having a good, accessible holster for your handgun and a comfortable sling for your rifle or shotgun is also important. You may not have these at the ready at home. For example, plenty of people have handguns at the night stand, but not always with a good holster. Plenty of people keep shotguns for home defense, but few of them have slings for long treks away from home.