Holy crap. I just cleaned out my ammo locker. I have a LOT of ammo. This is a good thing.
Let me back up a step. I'd been meaning to clear out the locker to make more efficient use of space in the locker. It's basically an old wooden toybox with a locking hasp and a padlock on it, and I had it turned on its side so that basically the lid swung out like a door. The problem is, I was too lazy to build shelves in it, so I just piled all the ammo on top of itself.
Well, I reached the point where everything fell over, and I just kinda opened the door, pushed everything to the sides, and continued cramming everything in. Today, after my successful trip to the gun show, I took a good long look at the locker and realized it was time for cleaning. I cleaned all the ammo out of it and arranged it on the floor for cataloging. I also cleared out the overflow locker in the attic so that all centerfire rifle and pistol ammo is downstairs, and only shotgun ammo and .22LR are in the unheated/un-air conditioned attic.
Wow. I found ammo I had long-forgotten about. Several hundred rounds of good, quality hollowpoints for four different calibers were found in the bottom of the overflow locker. Several hundred rounds of 7.62X39mm were also found. I have about a hundred rounds of 7.62X54mmR on stripper clips (before I realized they don't work without a 2X4).
The one place I'm really lacking is shotgun ammo. Only got about 60 slugs and about the same for 00 buckshot - this needs to pick up, as the 12 gauge is my primary home defense gun (although, to be fair, the Bushmaster has more or less assumed that role, as loading in a magazine to an AR-15 is much faster than loading 8 rounds of 00 buckshot). Since I'm in MA, remember, all ammo must remain under lock and key...
Bring on the Zombie Apocalypse. Casa del G. is ready for the onslaught...
That is all.