Mine is better.
Ammo that I am going to "stockpile," has the primer sealed with lacquer, the bullets sealed into the cases, the brass is polished and inspected, and once fired, the finished rounds are run through a gauge. The ammo is bulk packed on stripper clips in bandoleers and stored in metal cans with dessicant. Cans are opened and inspected every six months, and the dessicant is dried.
My bulk "gonna shoot within 6 months" range ammo,...not so much. Probably not as good as factory.
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