Online Ammo - Online Ammunition FAQ
To keep your bulk gun ammunition safe from moisture and humidity, store the rounds in an air-conditioned, dark dry space. Maintaining a constant temperature in a dry location will allow you to reduce humidity, which is the biggest bullet-killer out there.
Sealed airtight ammunition cans or cases are the best places to store boxes of ammo.
If you live in a very humid area, consider equipping your armory or room where ammo is stored with a dehumidifier to prevent deterioration. Securing rifle and pistol ammo is important, especially if there are children in the home. If your gun ammunition can be accessed by others, consider purchasing a safe to lock up your ammo. Fire-resistant safes will ensure that your ammunition is safe from intrusion and disaster, coming in various security levels and sizes to make securing ammo simple.
Ammunition does degrade over time, but properly cared for ammunition will take decades to deteriorate. Ammo can last years or a lifetime, depending on the environment that it is kept. Producing the optimal climate consistently will drastically improve the lifespan of your gun ammunition. Keeping your pistol and rifle bullets indoors, where you can constantly maintain a cool, dry, and dark environment will reduce humidity, which will elongate their effectiveness. Shotgun shells should be kept the same way to extend the life of your live inventory.
If your handgun, rifle, or shotgun ammo sounds weak or you encounter a misfire with a round, stop shooting and unload (assuming you are not in danger). All rounds should be meticulously examined for warping or any other signs of deterioration to prevent harm to the user/firearm. Once rounds are damaged, they will need to be properly disposed of.
Yes, gun ammunition can be kept in your safe. For best results, utilize a dehumidifier and/or desiccant packets in your gun safe to extract any lingering moisture. Check your local laws to ensure that you are following any guidelines set for ammunition storage and avoid upsetting local law enforcement.
If pistol and rifle ammunition is properly stored in a dry, air-conditioned location, your rounds can last a lifetime. While there is a shelf life on ammunition, you probably won’t see it if your ammo is kept dry and cool. It's best practice to do some plinking (shooting) at the range every once in a while to cycle out your old bullets, which also gives you an excuse to shoot (and purchase more).
Yes, ammunition can potentially affect your accuracy. No matter how perfect your shot is, inferior ammunition can kill your long-range accuracy. Over distance, rounds will travel at SHOP AMMO ONLINE different velocities depending on their weight and design, so not every bullet will perform the same. Cheap ammo has inconsistent velocities and sometimes defects in the projectile, these will make your ammunitionaccuracy inconsistent. Many people are willing to sacrifice a bit of accuracy for cheaper ammo prices, but that mentality should stay on the range and not be applied to hunting or defense.
Gun owners should be wary of inferior rounds, as they may not do exactly what you need them to. Guns and their users may be damaged from poor round quality, as the risk of a misfire is heightened and wear is dramatically increased. Make a wise purchase and go with a brand that you can trust when purchasing ammo.
Consistency is make or break when it comes to rifle and pistol ammo. If rounds are not balanced properly or fire inconsistently, shooting accurately will be near impossible. High-quality gun ammunition will be resilient, effective, and meticulously checked for any variation. Try our bulk pack of full metal jacket ammo to experience the power of a consistent, accurate shot.
Higher grain bullets generate more momentum, meaning they will penetrate further upon impact. This can be of benefit to hunters and individuals who carry for defense since the added penetration often translates to stopping power. Others prefer lower grain ammo for the accuracy produced. Because lighter bullets tend to have a straighter trajectory, they may be more accurate, making them a preference for target shooting or small-game hunting.
124 grain is the preferred weight for many 9mm self-defense users. Because of the added weight, bullets tend to penetrate the target more efficiently. While this doesn’t matter on the range, an extra bit of stopping power may save you in a life-or-death situation. Depending on the firearm. A higher grain may also improve the cycling of your firearm, which could be a crucial benefit if you are ever in a dire predicament.
When you buy ammo online with Project War Path, you receive premium ammo from popular brands like Wolf and PMC, so you are covered for every purpose, from home defense to hunting. Customers love purchasing ammo online versus scrounging through stores to try finding ammo for the most popular calibers, which always seem to be sold out. If you are looking to increase your stock of ammunition, buy ammo online and choose from a wide variety of quality rounds.
At PWP, we ship our high-quality 9mm ammo throughout the continental United States using UPS. All of our ammunition is considered hazardous and will be shipped standard ground service only. When you place an order for 9mm 115 grain FMJ, we will estimate shipping based on weight and size, delivery dates for you based on the availability of your items, and the shipping options you choose. Your ammo will ship the next business day when ordered Monday through Thursday if they are in stock. If your ammo is ordered late on Friday we may send the order out on the following workday. If you are pre-ordering our high-quality ammunition, check the product page for updated ship dates. For more questions on Project War Paths products or policies, contact us here.
Returns Policy All sales are final, no returns, no exceptions.
Online ammo sales are permitted in most states, but due to local regulations, some citizens cannot shop for ammo online, due to their local laws. Restricted sales apply to customers in the following states:
- Alaska (Due to Department of Transportation Regulations)
- Hawaii (Due to Department of Transportation Regulations)
- California - Must ship to a local FFL (transfer fees may apply)
- Illinois - Consumer must provide a copy of their F.O.I.D (Firearm Owner's Identification) card and ID to show they are over 21.
- New Jersey - Can ship to consumers as long as they provide a copy of their FID (Firearms Identification Card)
- New York - May not ship to certain counties (NYC specifically)
- Washington, D.C.
- APO/FPO Addresses
- PO Boxes
Please contact our team for more information regarding ammunition shipping in your area.
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