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    Several ammo cans sorted by calibre. Loose misc. rounds are sorted into zip lock bags and placed in an old tackle box or tool box. Then stacked in a closet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by gtr View Post
    Are you sure you will remember where you put them?
    Put what Dick?

    You are Dick aren't you?

    You sure act like a Dick.
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    I need a 5'x6' room with ammo boxes/cans stacked up to the 8' ceiling to store most of my ammo... most of it...

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    had my house inspected as a collector, he said just put your ammo in a different room than the guns,no need to lock it away.
    happy is going hunting with your friends and coming home with all of them

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjsgear View Post
    had my house inspected as a collector, he said just put your ammo in a different room than the guns,no need to lock it away.
    Sorry for possibly missing your first post in your new format, but thank you very much for finding the caps lock button.

    Seriously, That simple act has renewed my faith in the Internet of humanity becoming a good place. It is appreciated and brightened my early morning better than the sunrise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIR VEYOR View Post
    Sorry for possibly missing your first post in your new format, but thank you very much for finding the caps lock button.

    Seriously, That simple act has renewed my faith in the Internet of humanity becoming a good place. It is appreciated and brightened my early morning better than the sunrise.
    ...says the guy who's username is all caps?

    I keep mine in a locked wooden standalone closet like thing. Bought some shelving board and pegs, drilled some extra holes, and made there be more shelves.
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    Toolboxes here. They take the weight, have handles, and let me keep it sorted. Milk crates are great too.
    Last edited by Swampdonkey; 05-03-2017 at 11:38 AM.

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    The Stack On gun cabinet is the best option ; I built some plywood shelving units for mine to make things a little easier to get at .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunexpert007 View Post
    The Stack On gun cabinet is the best option ; I built some plywood shelving units for mine to make things a little easier to get at .
    Would you mind sharing a picture of the shelving? I'm wondering how this will work out. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amolkapoor View Post
    Would you mind sharing a picture of the shelving?
    How about

    A bunch of these
    Stack On Pistol Security Cabinet (17 W x 10 D x 15" H)
    http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/st...-0755657p.html



    Inside one of these
    Mastercraft Tall Cabinet (36 W x 18 D x 68" H)
    http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/ma...-0681221p.html



    They should fit 2 to a shelf.
    Last edited by RangeBob; 05-03-2017 at 03:29 PM.
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