SONofZEUS: You can make cut shells out of that 12GA. Bird Ammo. The whole shell leaves
the barrel like a slug. Rabbit ammo is good to have around for fishing too.
Dillon DeClue: for everyone talking about him getting attacked by birds let me shoot you
with birdshot or a few rounds of .22 and tell me how that feels
Van Prepper: Nice video. I love seeing other people's ammo stash vids. I just
subscribed to your channel.
ParasidicGeneration: nice stockpile
IJP9: Thanks for tip and yaa I need hand gun ammo but I need a hand gun first
hopefully in the next 4 months. And I have some 00 buck but my mossberg has
an accuchoke barrel so do u kno if I could use slugs in that it have a full
and a improved cylinder and modified, and once again thank for the feed
back and hopefully u can answer my question. Happy shooting.
GunsAreEssential1975: @IJP9 Nice stockpile you've got going there. I havent seen anyone answer
your question about shooting slugs, so here's some advice. Never shoot a
slug out of a full choke. You will at the very least ruin your choke,
possibly blow up your guns barrel, and injure , or kill yourself. Improved
cylinder would be the best. They also make rifled choke tubes to improve
your accuracy and range. One other tip, never stop buyin' ammo man, it will
be worth more than gold soon.
eyeofth3b3hold3r: BUY CHEAP AND STACK DEEP!
newhuskytwenty: Things I would always have at home are: shotgun 209 primers, several
kilograms of black powder and muzzle caps. Once fired all you have you'd be
able to reload the 12 and 20 gauge hulls with BP and fire old guns stocked
as last resource when modern ammo was imposible to get. Some
bullet-buckshot lead molds too. Getting lead from plumbers or old houses is
IJP9: That's a good idea thanks. I will look around and when I see them on sale I
will try to pic some up. Thanks
zerk54: Go Yankees!!!
Ske3t18: Be sure to include a pistol. Add slugs to shotgun since no major rifle
caliber available. Birdshot is horrible for defense only used for hunting.
A cheap 12 gauge break open shotgun can get adapters for all calibers
making it very versatile.
doctruptwn: Even if you don't have a handgun, not a bad idea to have some ammo on hand.
In the event of a total failure of society, it can be used to barter,
without hurting the stock you have for guns you own.
1977BangBang: hey nice stash , becareful buying that winchester bird shot stuff (the
nickel casing is really weak and expands to much causing it to swell in
barrel) stick with federal bird shot
Amandieee3: That's a start.
newhuskytwenty: Yeah, nice accent, but from where? Japan?
idahohuntfish79: dont be a freakstick, pal.
Eli Cline: Do you want shot with a .22 or birdshot?
Tunechi Lee: Why does 80% of the ammo consist of bird shot and .22 lr? Plan on being
attacked by birds and squirrels or other people with guns?
bucki58: What size shotgun shells where those again?
Jason Wood: You should probably get buckshot if your defending your rights from the
government birdshot won't do much damage