What is the rule of thumb these days? For how much ammo to keep on hand. I haven't kept too close a tab on mine, as I reached a critical mass, in my mind.
The old rule is/was... Have 100 rounds for each gun you shoot available, and 1000 in the primary shooting pieces.
In a bad situation you'll go through 1000 for your rifle and pistol, but if times are that bad you'd have to CARRY everything you own. I'd hate to carry 2000 rounds of 7.62...
Anyhoo. I have like 200 for each usable gun set by. Or more. Over 1000 for the M1A. Well over. That's the big one, ammo wise.
At any rate, it's been a while since I made an ammo purchase. I need to get off my tail and do the hollow point test for my Commander. See if HP .45 makes it jam. Just to know. Pricy, tho.
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