Whether it’s a bad primer in a brand new factory round or a case of corroded milsurp rifle ammo, at some point you’re going to have to deal with the issue of what to do with ammunition that’s faulty or not fit to shoot.
A lot of shooting ranges have a bucket somewhere in the corner for shooters to dump their stray dud rounds. But what if you don’t have a handy reject ammo disposal receptacle where you shoot? This question seems to come up occasionally among shooters, and there doesn’t appear to be any real consensus for the answer. HERE IS THE ANSWER….
You can now safely store the misfired or otherwise bad ammo in this THOR Ammo Amnesty Box, while you find the proper place to dispose of it.