Message from Ḁ̢̧̡̝̭̀̓̇̈̑yeExEye in Anticom #general
Sure, but carrying around the equipment would be a shit idea
can't just craft ammo components from rocks and dead cats like in vidya
It won't eventually you'll run out of powder and primers
There's hand presses.
They weigh practically nothing
Instead of having all the shit
Why not just have a shitload of ammo in the first place
I see no reason to waste pack space on shit for reloading
why not have a shitload of ammo and a piston rifle to shoot a shitload of shit ammo
@James_Coney - LA <@258653473237630987> i have a shitload of free time on my hands today, so propaganda orders are very very welcome
we're talking that sweet steel case 223
Primers and powder can be cheaper than buying ammo
Because a regular not shit DI AR can shoot shit ammo.
Mmmyes that tulammo
^ all I use in my SKS
What is optimum gas length for a DI that can shoot wolf 223
and you're vastly overestimating the weight of a press and compenents.
No, just the space
Once again though, the ideal situation is to already have a destination, like a cabin or something, which could have a full press.
That's fine, yesx
It would probably also help with the boredom
But that plan isn't feasible for everyone
I'm not saying it is. I'm saying that planning on finding ammo in a SHTF situation is overly optimistic.
and less than ideal
I agree with you
SHTF is already less than ideal
Has hit the fan
Be prepared for super suck
So why make it even worse by not having enough ammo to last or relying on pure luck of finding the ammo?
@Whitecheese is probaboly noguns. Everyone /k/ommando knows that you reload IN the gun. You set the gun down, barrel up. Put the primer directly above the firing pin. You then put the casing on top of it. Then you pour the powder in till its almost full. Then you seat the bullet. Then you release the bolt. Tadaaa, its done.
you should have enough ammo stockpiles to last
~300 rounds of ammuniiton for you rifle is USMil load