Imagine for a moment that you’re living in a post-grid age, one where self-reliance and resolve takes the place of grid dependency. No longer do you have the assurances of the local grocery chain or department store to keep your family fed and clothed. Instead, you must depend on your own skills to get you by.
You’ve also adapted well to the situation at hand. You’ve always been prepared for the worst, and making sure that you would be ready to face the challenges of 19th century living that had long been forgotten by the grid-dependent has been the life preserver that has kept you and your family afloat during these trying times.
One of the ways that you had prepared for your new way of life was to stock up on ammunition – and plenty of it. After all, you knew before you started preparing that retaining the ability to efficiently hunt wildlife would be an integral part of your new lifestyle.
But now you’re second-guessing yourself. Sure, firearms had served you in the past whenever you were hunting recreationally, but you’re living in a different world now, a world where other people are growing more and more desperate by the day, where other people are roaming the countryside and looking for sustenance, supplies, ammunition…