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It all looked extremely expensive, $30 for 50 .38?

It isn't a bad idea to have ammo stored, but I figure an ammo can, some desiccant packs, and a cool dry place is just as good. Heck, they are still disarming bombs and stuff from WWII that has been in fields and underground, so I think ammo "going bad" isn't a real big deal.
 

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I'm still shooting some WWI vintage 303 and it works great. I opened a new box of belted .303 last year from 1944 and it is just as shiney and fresh as the day it was packed.
 

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An answer to a question that was never asked.
 
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