When Regular Ammo Isn't Good Enough Anymore?

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    I wouldn't waste my money on it.
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    My ammo will outlive me. My son's can worry about it when I'm gone.
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    We've got Tula in spam cans for cheap. Ammunition is hermetically sealed anyway. It doesn't really matter what you put it in as long as it's cool and dry. It's temp swings and prolonged humidity that matter.
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    I bought a used Model 99 lever gun in 250-3000 caliber in about 1980. The fellow gave me a near full box of shells ... maybe 16 or so. We went out this spring a sighted it in (again). Two 3 shot groups; 1" at 100 yards and 100% fired. Called it good and saved the other 6 rounds for next time.

    I think I will suck some of my stash down in food saver bags though. Thanks for the tip. At 79 it will probably be a grandkid who breaks them open when TSHTF.
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    About the oldest ammo I've shot was about 30 years old, stored in cardboard box in good old high humidity Alabama. It was of course kept dry. No problems whatsoever. Just don't see the need for this.
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    I don't plan on let'n my ammo get old enough to worry about. I shoot it up, reload it, shoot it, reload............
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