This stuff sort of piles up over the years.
- 7.62x39mm: the stuff in the black boxes draws a magnet and can't be used at most public ranges in California, so I'll have to shoot it out in the desert someday. The stuff in the yellow boxes doesn't.
- 7.62x54R, for my Mosin-Nagants
- A shitload of 40-year-old .22 Short my father gave me when he learned my Mossberg M44 could chamber it.
- .223 Remington
- Bandoliers of 8mm Mauser, .30 Carbine and maybe some .30-'06 Springfield in there, on clips. The rifle ammunition draws a magnet.
- .38 Special
- .357 Magnum
- More .38 Special, in a baggie.
- .44 S&W Special
- .44 Magnum
- .40 S&W
- 9mm Luger
- .30-'06 Springfield, my favorite cartridge, which I am always buying in my quest for non-ferrous bullets. The three brown boxes at the top are the last of my old non-ferrous Lake City M2 ball.
- Korean M2 ball, draws a magnet! I have many, many rounds of this stuff, with three steel cans of it under the shelf and a couple bandoliers hanging on another wall.
- 7.5mm Swiss, for my K-31s. I think this stuff is like $1.00 per round. I had to buy it when the Swiss surplus ammunition I bought drew a magnet.
- .303 British, for my Enfields.
- Coffee can full of M1 Garand clips.
- Crate full of old reloaded ammunition someone gave me.
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