I have a funny feeling that whenever possible, most of us are carrying what is quite frankly might sound like an absurb amount of ammunition but for a very good reason. I know I am.
With 12+1 rounds of .40S&W handy with a reload for another 12 rounds, 5 rounds of .38 Special with 5 more rounds in the speedstrip (yeah I know...), that's 35 rounds of ammunition on my person.
I guess it only sounds silly out of context because the purpose of having all that ammunition is definitely not to be able to fire 35 times, it's just a consequence of understanding that changing magazines is the most likely way I have of clearing a malfunction with the primary gun, and carrying a BUG at the same time. I suppose I really don't need a reload for the BUG as the BUG is the reload, but I carry it in isolation sometimes so I try to keep up the reload habit.
I'm just curious if there's a common round count here. I figure for a lot of you it will be a number around 25-35, with some being way more and others way less.