I'll only say his- if you buy that one, you might want to line the shelves with plywood to better disburse the weight.... and install a few dowel rods cut to brace the centers of the shelves.I found this cabinet from Walmart.com
Yeah I’ve already thought about that. I don’t think it will be a problem because I don’t have much ammo. But I hope I can use it to store other sporting goods.I'll only say his- if you buy that one, you might want to line the shelves with plywood to better disburse the weight.... and install a few dowel rods cut to brace the centers of the shelves.
I have had 2 cabinets similar and had to do the above, just for paint and liquids in cans. My ammo shelves (and I assume everyone's) are much denser than 1/2 full paint cans.
Liberty makes one called The Ammo Can. Not sure how much you want to spend to store ammo.I just have a thing about security and tidiness.
Yeah, it seems obvious. However, that bit of information was lacking, in the OP. Storing a few thousand rounds is simple and easy. Storing tens of thousands of rounds gets more complicated. Recommendations for holding 10k rounds don’t always scale nicely, for 30k rounds. I understand not wanting to share hard numbers, on a forum. However, even being vague, but giving an idea would help guide relevant answers.Do you really think so?