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:
There’s been a guy shooting revolver the last few weeks at IDPA practice; and he attaches one of those bags right in the front, below his belt.
When he needs to reload, he dumps his empties right out of the cylinder into the bag, grabs a speedloader, and is back to ‘chootin’.
No picking up his brass out of the sand, either.👍
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