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The ammo box that taunts you

I’m out of ammo for the Zel Custom:

From Gun Porn

Very sad.

11 Responses to “The ammo box that taunts you”

  1. Ron W Says:

    My wife just asked last week: “What are those metal cans stacked in the corner down in our basement storeroom?” I said, “ammo cans, you bought one of them many years ago at a garage sale…I’ve just added several more over the years.” She asked, ” are they all full of ammo?” Me: “Yep, pretty much, you can never have too much ammo.”

    Then Saturday I go off to the gun show at the TN State Fairgrounds and she says, “don’t be coming back with more ammo.” I reply, ” I don’t tell you what not to be coming back with from Belk and Kohls.”

  2. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Tsk,tsk,tsk. No ammo for a gun? A gun w/o ammo in my house would feel naked and hungry, and I’d hate to see the poor thing suffer.

  3. Ron W Says:

    Ain’t nothin’ more useless than an unloaded gun

  4. Miguel Says:

    I reply, ” I don’t tell you what not to be coming back with from Belk and Kohls.”

    And did you sleep comfortable in the couch that night? πŸ™‚

  5. Robert Says:

    But you had fun emptying that can though, didn’t you?

  6. Ron W Says:

    Miguel,

    That was the end of the conversation…one of the few times when she knew I was right and that was it. I slept in our bed. But I didn’t come home with any ammo ether. Later on, she asked, “what did you buy at the gunshow?” Me: “Nothin'”

    But then I’ve got seven large ammo cans full (9mm, .357, 12ga. 7.62×39, .308) plus some stashed here and there in my gun safe, mags and a drawer.

  7. Stretch Says:

    The only time you have too much ammo is when your house is on fire.

  8. Ron W Says:

    Stretch,

    That’s one of the reasons I’ve been told not to store a lot of ammo…what happens if the house catches oon fire?

  9. Diomed Says:

    What happens is the ammo burns off. If you have a competent fire department, they’ll put it out. If you don’t, they’ll run away like scared little pussies.

    Ammo cooking off outside of a firearm chamber or ammo can is less dangerous than canned vegetables or cans of hairspray in a fire. (That’s why I’m not real high on using ammo cans for storage, they could, maybe, turn into improvised pressure vessels. It’s tradeoff.)

  10. Bill Says:

    I worry much less about ammo cooking off, than I do about the accelerant power of 8 or 10 pounds of powder!

    Guess I need a powder mag!

  11. mikee Says:

    Now if that ammo can had holes drilled in its side, so you could see from the outside the ammo level inside it, you’d have a marketable idea….for the mall ninjas.

    Does the inside of the lid have “Opened” stenciled on it?