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Well, I just did a compete inventory of pistol/rifle/shotgun stuff.

Powder, primers, projectiles, brass, tumbler, media, magazines, holsters, mag pouches, belts, lubes, ammo, chrono, shot timer, shooting bag, cleaning stuff, ear pro, eye pro, dies, case lube, gauges, calipers, tools, files, stones, spare parts, jigs, vise, steel targets, paper targets, backers, stands, staples, manuals, guides, et al

All set, don't need anything. For a good while. Wow
 

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Don’t want to know, that whole plausible deniability thing;)
If I don’t know I have I can play stupid...right!:cry:

Plus I’m not that organized, I would confuse myself trying to figure out what I counted :interesting:
 

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Really....You did a complete and Through Inventory, Documented and Accounted for Everything by Size, Caliber, what Powder was for what and how many Ounces of Each....You counted how many 1000's of rounds of say 5.56 or 7.62......44 Mag, maybe .357 Mag, What about the old reloads from days gone by loose in those Green USGI Ammo Cans over in the corner.....Did you count the .40 S&W Bull Dog ammo, the .38 Super stuff and don't forget the 500 round boxes of .38 Super stuff you have rat holes way.....22 LF and .22 Mag.....Did you get the correct count on the 12 gauge rounds....Mini Shells in 00Buck and or Slugs, 2 inch 00 Buck or Buck and Ball, 2.75 inch Bird Shot, #4 Buck, 00 Buck, Slugs, high brass/low brass and Magnums...I had a guy just send my 5000 Paper that I forget where I put them.

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The next great ammo shortage is right around the corner. It may be bigger than any previous droughts. It is a good time to figure out what you have, and what you need, to keep shooting for several years.
 

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Well, I just did a compete inventory of pistol/rifle/shotgun stuff.

Powder, primers, projectiles, brass, tumbler, media, magazines, holsters, mag pouches, belts, lubes, ammo, chrono, shot timer, shooting bag, cleaning stuff, ear pro, eye pro, dies, case lube, gauges, calipers, tools, files, stones, spare parts, jigs, vise, steel targets, paper targets, backers, stands, staples, manuals, guides, et al

All set, don't need anything. For a good while. Wow
Wait!!!!! That's an inventory of the stuff you HAVE!!

What about a list of the stuff you DON'T..... you beta git suma dat stuf 2.
 
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I don't see any shortages coming ...in short or long term...

...last time it was a perfect storm of a powder plant having a fire, a lot of mfg's being unprepared for increased demand, politics ...and then "hoarding" made it worse....

I don't want to hoard more than I need...but I think keeping an inventory of components for what you shoot annually ...and replenish your inventory every 4 months or so is smart.
 

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Not sure I understand. If I don't need it, why would I accumulate it?
You must be extremely fortunate.. I always find there's something I need!

Just like before you had ALL that stuff... you must have had a need for it.... or based on your thought process, you would have just been accumulating it.
Anyway.... sorry I wasn't clear in my post that made it confusing.
 

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I think it is a two step process. Once you know what you have you can compare it against what you believe you need. What any of us need is fairly subjective.
 

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Complete inventory? I don't know how much of anything I have. I do know where everything is though.
 

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I don't see any shortages coming ...in short or long term...

...last time it was a perfect storm of a powder plant having a fire, a lot of mfg's being unprepared for increased demand, politics ...and then "hoarding" made it worse....

I don't want to hoard more than I need...but I think keeping an inventory of components for what you shoot annually ...and replenish your inventory every 4 months or so is smart.

I have posted this before I think just not sure where......I was talking to the guy that runs the local range here and he told me about trunk loads of Ammo (mostly 5.56. .22 LF) and Powder/Primers by the pallets being hauled out to the Western Desert here in Utah to an old Army where they were dumped in a pit and burned.

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Well, I just did a compete inventory of pistol/rifle/shotgun stuff.

Powder, primers, projectiles, brass, tumbler, media, magazines, holsters, mag pouches, belts, lubes, ammo, chrono, shot timer, shooting bag, cleaning stuff, ear pro, eye pro, dies, case lube, gauges, calipers, tools, files, stones, spare parts, jigs, vise, steel targets, paper targets, backers, stands, staples, manuals, guides, et al

All set, don't need anything. For a good while. Wow
Being neat and tidy with firearms related equipment is no good.
You have gone against the manly man rule #462 .
Counting your stuff only confuses you and lowers your testosterone ievel.
Be advised you can NEVER have enough ammo,guns and firearms related junk !!!
Give yourself every opportunity to accumulate more of everything.
Do what I do , throw all your supplies in a pile and get your man card back
Here’s an example for you:

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