“Stuff accumulates over time. Through inheritance or hand-me-downs, by impulse shopping or survival preparation, the material possessions we acquire seems to always grow to match available space unless steps are taken to guard against becoming a packrat,” M.D. Creekmore writes over at thesurvivalistblog.net. “An oversupply of things can become a liability, not an asset. While each person is unique and has different needs, the packrat mentality, if left unchecked, hinders efficiency and mobility in addition to becoming a health hazard. During my efforts to become more self-sufficient and better prepared, reducing clutter has been the best survival preparation practice I have ever performed.” Some might say “one is none and two is one and an entire gun safe full of firearms isn’t enough.” Ditto cases of ammo. Do you have too much gun stuff for your own good?