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What to do: Bulk Ammo (after opening the box)?

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Q: What to do about bulk ammo original packaging that falls apart or starts to take up too much space when the contents get low?

I often buy bulk ammo online.
If there are enough rounds, over time, inevitably the original cardboard box deteriorates to the point where it just isn't worth trying to use it for transport to the range. And when the box gets low, it takes up needed space.

I'm investigating the below as a possible solution and wanted to share it with you:

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Link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B075ZYW694
On sale at Amazon now (-30%). $15 with prime membership for the two bags.
One bag is slightly smaller than the other. (FYI).

Mine arrived today, and I plan to try to stuff about 300 rounds of 9mm in the larger one.
I'll report back.

The bags are well made, with what appears to be a very solid zipper.
The bottom of the bags are reinforced, gusseted (to keep them upright), and made of "2520 ballistic material", whatever that is.

I'm familiar with Klein tool bags that cell tower crews often use -- and those are durable.
I'm hoping the same is true for these smaller bags (and on first inspection, that seems to be the case).
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Ammo boxes for me. Like the Klein bags. Used them at work for tools and stuff. (y)
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To each their own as they say. If the Glock mag loaders work for you, my hats off to you sir. I personally never got used to them and when I bought the Uplula, I when out and got a second one so I’d never be without just in case the first one should break during a class or if someone didn’t have one and needed to borrow one. For me, those things are great IMO.
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I do a lot of clay shooting and for shotgun I bought several of these.

These hold 4 boxes (100) rounds each and I will usually bring two with me when I clay shoot.

I also have one of these I’ve started using more and more. It holds two flats (250 rounds per flat). Or one flat with some additional gear.

Both are from Basspro and I highly recommend.
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