House fire and loose ammo
Browning, Heritage, AMSEC, Liberty, Patriot. We're all familiar with the most popular names that protect our firearms, ammunition and related products. However my g/f recently brought up a question that I thought I'd pose to the forum and see what answers I received. You see, while I have a perfectly good 2 pistol safe on a shelf in my b/r closet, it is not large enough to store all the ammunition I have for my various calibers. It simply contains the firearms and loaded magazines - the boxes of ammo lie in my holster drawer.
The question was - what to do in the event of a fire. While I would dash to get my guns and the misses would attempt to retrieve her jewelry, there is still the problem of leaving a few hundred rounds in a burning building. I'm aware the most logical option would be to throw 2 grand at a Liberty and call it quits but in the meantime, how would you suggest I handle the storage of ammo. I mean even an economical Stack-On safe is hardly sufficient to withstand 2000 degree heat, though may halter the efforts of a less-than-determined thief. Suggestions appreciated.