Fiocchi may not be the most recognized name among ammunition manufacturers, but those in the know understand it has an impeccable reputation. It should, since the family-run business began back in 1876. Today the company continues that legacy of quality, but with something of a twist. Let’s face facts, Americans are gobbling up ammunition faster than companies can churn it out (we all know how hard finding .223 Rem. at your favorite gun store can be). Is it all being shot at the range? Personally, I don’t think so, or I wouldn’t have so many people ask, “Are you saving your brass?” Last year Fiocchi came to the same conclusion I did, and it introduced ammo in a can. It stores neatly, stacks, is impervious to the elements and ready when you need it. It’s a pretty neat idea and you can get them filled with buckshot, slugs, .223. Rem., .308 Win. and rimfires. This year the company stepped up that effort, with ammo in more-voluminous waterproof Plano boxes. Yeah, they sort of look like metal ammo containers of yesteryear, but they’re polymer, so they won’t rust and your emergency fodder won’t get ruined when the next Superstorm floods your basement.