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In a long-term grid-down scenario, ammunition will be crucial for both hunting and self-defense. The problem is, when you run out of ammo, you might not be able to run to the store for more. That’s why learning to reload your own ammo and make your own gunpowder are very valuable skills.
Joshua Krause from Ready Nutrition wrote an article that goes over some of the basics of making your own gunpowder. If you’re thinking of learning how to do this, read this article to find out what’s involved. He writes, “Reloading spent shells and casings would become a necessity after a collapse, and gunpowder would be particularly difficult to procure. In the modern world, producing gunpowder is child’s play, but when society breaks down it will be an arduous, dirty, and time-consuming task.
“And it won’t be high-quality gunpowder either. You’ll most likely be stuck making black powder, which isn’t as good as what ammunition manufacturers use now but it will be effective nonetheless. Here’s how it’s made.” Follow the link below to keep reading.