Contents of a 'Go-Pack'

Um..don't tell the wife..

2000 rounds of 9mm FMJ and JHP
2000 5.56 NATO
3000 ish .223
1500 7.62x39
300 .303 and components to roll 500 of my own ( must crack on with the reloading)

.22 - unknown: 5 bricks and a box that weighs 27lb of mixed stuff a friend gave me from her deceased fathers stash.

500 .45 ACP

1 12 gauge round I found in my pocket after trap shooting.
 
Um..don't tell the wife..

2000 rounds of 9mm FMJ and JHP
2000 5.56 NATO
3000 ish .223
1500 7.62x39
300 .303 and components to roll 500 of my own ( must crack on with the reloading)

.22 - unknown: 5 bricks and a box that weighs 27lb of mixed stuff a friend gave me from her deceased fathers stash.

500 .45 ACP

1 12 gauge round I found in my pocket after trap shooting.
Not a bad stash, I commend your preps good sir! You have me beat, solidly!
 
Interesting. I was talking to one of the more switched on nurses last week .
Got talking about the feedback from AFG on the medical side. mentioned CAT tourniquets, and the way in which ABC has changed to CABC for the Army.

I understand South West ambulance service have adopted them. Still got one somewhere....
I have carried them for years, used to have a couple of NHS one's I scrounged from A&E to carry in my plod vehicle bag for RTA's and also in my range first aid kit.

I have a mate (former THEM type) who works sort of freelance selling for Doc Sam in euroland and also runs his own specialist emergency medicine training company. He is selling Sam's new tourniquet to various euro based 'agencies' at the moment, recently having tied up a contract with the Swedish military to supply them for the foreseeable. Sam's tourniquet is, according to him, better than the CAT......he reckons it takes 5 seconds off the application time, which, if you have a bleeder is a long time.

 
I have carried them for years, used to have a couple of NHS one's I scrounged from A&E to carry in my plod vehicle bag for RTA's and also in my range first aid kit.

I have a mate (former THEM type) who works sort of freelance selling for Doc Sam in euroland and also runs his own specialist emergency medicine training company. He is selling Sam's new tourniquet to various euro based 'agencies' at the moment, recently having tied up a contract with the Swedish military to supply them for the foreseeable. Sam's tourniquet is, according to him, better than the CAT......he reckons it takes 5 seconds off the application time, which, if you have a bleeder is a long time.

Very good info!
 
Thanks to California's new rules for buying ammo , I went on a binge last year to avoid hassle.

My stash is strong.
I found out recently that I am most definately not ;) breaking a Federal law or two regarding quantity of powder, primers and actual ammo being held. Woe's of having a Dillon, you sort of get carried away.
 
Um..don't tell the wife..

2000 rounds of 9mm FMJ and JHP
2000 5.56 NATO
3000 ish .223
1500 7.62x39
300 .303 and components to roll 500 of my own ( must crack on with the reloading)

.22 - unknown: 5 bricks and a box that weighs 27lb of mixed stuff a friend gave me from her deceased fathers stash.

500 .45 ACP

1 12 gauge round I found in my pocket after trap shooting.
Stick it in the 5 gallon Home Depot buckets use the airtight lid that you have to buy extra and drop one of those dehumidifier pots in the bucket too along with the ammo. Or, vacuum seal the ammo using a kitchen vacuum sealer.
 
I found out recently that I am most definately not ;) breaking a Federal law or two regarding quantity of powder, primers and actual ammo being held. Woe's of having a Dillon, you sort of get carried away.
I should quit being a pud and start reloading. I just need a bigger man cave.

What are we allowed to have limit wise?
 
How bad is the hassle?!
No online sales, no out of state purchases, background checks for ammo ( not started yet), storage fees and some other new BS. The latest idea is an ammo tax per round of ammo...
 
I should quit being a pud and start reloading. I just need a bigger man cave.

What are we allowed to have limit wise?
It's not the ammo, so much as quantities of powder and primers. I randomly stumbled across an A T F bulletin regarding powder quantities and storage so I totted mine up. I can;t remember now but it is something like 20lbs allowed to be held domestically without special storage. I just grab a pot whenever I go into Bass Pro, or the sports shop, and primers I buy by the 20K as it is cheaper that way, bullets I get from Everglades ammo in bulk as that is cheaper too, especially if you keep an eye open for their sales. It is a habit I got into after everything dried up a few years ago and I couldn't get ammo to go shooting.
 
A quick read for you. I was on the District Council Emergency Management team and attended some interesting and informative courses. Food was a big point. Some years ago a presentation was made in parliament that the country is basically 5 days away from falling apart. This is due to the just in time delivery systems in place nowadays, coupled with mega food imports and farmers being paid to not grow things. The food supply chain in most civilised countries has - from field to supermarket - 5 days worth of nosh. So if it falls to poop get down to Waitrose sharpish.

I know it's the Wail, but give it a read.

Nine meals from anarchy - how Britain is facing a very real food crisis | Daily Mail Online
 
There is a nice G36 conversion you can do with that........but don't tell anyone.
Yeah but then it's a AW for sure and I'd have to register it which means no resale value. Kydex over the thumb hole in the stock and voila...featureless , no reg required and still able to sell it if I so chose.
 

Similar threads

New Posts

Latest Threads

Top