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Not finished but getting much much closer.

went from multiple pallets to pallet racking with spacing tooclose for pallets and I don’t have a working lift. Also, stacked deep not just front loaded for image.

floor stacked Turk is single layer. Would have been too heavy to push multiple

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I can see you are running a bit short :)

FWIW, I had spam cans right on the concrete floor. They rusted on the bottom in a dry room. Added a 1/2" plywood on floor then ammo and solved the issue.
 

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Looks like you are coming along Rory a small forklift would come in handy brother and your back would love you for it.
 
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Karl, they are massive wood floors. And the only thing on the ground for now is wooden crates Turk and yugo 8mm
 

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Not finished but getting much much closer.

went from multiple pallets to pallet racking with spacing tooclose for pallets and I don’t have a working lift. Also, stacked deep not just front loaded for image.

floor stacked Turk is single layer. Would have been too heavy to push multiple

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So, I assume your plan is to fight in place ? 🤔😉
 

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Hmmmm......I'd be able to afford the shelving.....maybe. :unsure:

Yeah...like Karl said - lots of room up top yet. (chuckle)
 

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Avoid the top of you can Rory when I moved the shop I had all my 50 ammo 12' up and I put it there when I was a bit younger lol
 
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Top is for empty ammo cans and light stuff. I’ve made that mistake too many times.

I’m a little low on 22 at the moment. Only about 50-60,000. It’s center section top left cans. But all blazer since that’s what the fa 10/22 prefers
 

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Rory,
Now i am jealous a Norrell SMG10/22 not quite a fun as the AM180 you had ! I hope you have some of the GSG 110 round drums for it ......
 

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Rory,
Now i am jealous a Norrell SMG10/22 not quite a fun as the AM180 you had ! I hope you have some of the GSG 110 round drums for it ......
I hated loading the am180 drums. So the norell was a way better option
 

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I have an electric one but the battery is dead and maybe something else. Not really worth it for me to replace the battery ($1-1500) especially since I don’t want to use the pallets. They take too much room on the shelves.



Dayum! Did you rob a home depot of their racking?!
from an auto parts store distributor that had changed locations and were sellingn off their racking. This is the super heavy duty 10,000lb+ per shelf rated version.
 
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