One of my favorite rifle and pistol ranges was Fort Riley. If you didn't have sand in at least one eye you weren't shooting and if you didn't know how to dope wind you might as well stay to home because in the middle of 5th army championships was not the time of place to learn it although I did a lot of coaching then. Ticked my team off till I explained that these shooters were green and they were on our side. They were no competition for us but someday they might be in the foxhole with us or next to us and I wanted them as well trained as I could get them. Then my two best shooters jumped in and helped me. When they got thanked they almost cried. They didn't realize how green these kids were, they had been issued rifles and sent off to the matches with no prior competition and no training at all. Wished I could have spent more time with them and more time in Kansas. I don't know about today but when I was there Fort Riley had a nice stable and trail ride course that I took advantage of whenever I could.
Back to ammo storage I just got 6 more ammo cans and took 5 minutes to fill them up. I wish I could afford more cans because they take less space then the rubber maid containers and are a hell of a lot easier to pick up when they are full. Don't tell my sister but I just got 3 more rubber maid containers and 2 are full and the 3rd almost is. Wait till I finish the rebuild on my reloading bench, I am in deep doo doo or soon will be.