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    Quote Originally Posted by brojohn View Post
    Ammo- I got.

    Will trade for Charmin Ultra Soft.

    COME ON NOW!!
    you live in Alabama--what you guys run out of Corn Cobs or what?
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    We're about to be in the period of time that I'm very glad I reload. I have bullets for most calibers that I reload for, and the bullets I don't have, I'm pretty set for the time being. There is something very reassuring about having the powder, primers, cases, and bullets you need to get through a drought.
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    For the most part I'm good. I am a little low on .45ACP. I think I'm down to 2,500 rounds. I thought I was low on #00 and #1 buckshot, but found a few cases I forgot about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    COME ON NOW!!
    you live in Alabama--what you guys run out of Corn Cobs or what?
    Been there, done that.

    Most folks would not believe it- but a corn cob is much better that a slick page out of a catalog.
    Growing up as a kid in the Mississippi Delta (cotton country).....the first 3 houses I lived in did not have running water, indoor plumbing or a bathroom. We had outdoor johnny's. When I moved to Alabama in 1959- the first 2 houses I lived in had running water added on and a bathroom installed on the back porch. Not original to the house.
    Yep....I understand corn cob.
    Most folks today would not understand that. And running water is a God send....something most folks do not comprehend.
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    I have not noticed a shortage because I reload. I learned my lesson last drought and now keep a 3-4 year supply of ammo either in the form of loaded ammo or components to produce more. When I get down to a 3 year supply I place another bulk order to get back to at least 4 year supply. I did not get here over night, I employed a shoot one but 2 plan to get my supplies where I need them. Also as I take a ammo from my supplies I insert some cash into the gun safe to pay for that ammo and a little more. This way when I am ready to buy I have the cash set a side and I can afford to buy in bulk to get more for my money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brojohn View Post
    Been there, done that.

    Most folks would not believe it- but a corn cob is much better that a slick page out of a catalog.
    Growing up as a kid in the Mississippi Delta (cotton country).....the first 3 houses I lived in did not have running water, indoor plumbing or a bathroom. We had outdoor johnny's. When I moved to Alabama in 1959- the first 2 houses I lived in had running water added on and a bathroom installed on the back porch. Not original to the house.
    Yep....I understand corn cob.
    Most folks today would not understand that. And running water is a God send....something most folks do not comprehend.

    I would add that you soak corn cobs in water for a while to soften before you use them. Not Exactly Charmin, but much softer than dried corn cobs.

    I think you could make a suitable toilet paper by tearing paper like you would for paper mache, soaking it and then pressing together and letting dry. Old phone books would be perfect, except I haven't kept one, even when new for years.
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    Rural King ...all and any packed on the shelves here in Gainesville, Fl. and good prices for all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark7mod0 View Post
    Rural King ...all and any packed on the shelves here in Gainesville, Fl. and good prices for all.

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    Went by local gun stores and Rural King yesterday, lots of ammo to be had and no price rise yet.
    Shut up and reload!

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    My Sportsman's Warehouse was all out of 9's except for a few boxes Aguila.

    Tax refund time vs. Covid-19 vs. business inventory tax issue ???

    "Will work for T-Paper"
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