Lots of guns and ammunition and accessories are being sold right now. Which got me to thinking, and when I had the flu some weird stuff floated around in my noggin. Here's one such strange thought.
Have the Food Saver vacuum sealers seen a sharp rise in sales in the last couple of months? Being able to vacuum pack ammunition and other 'necessary' things is easy with one of the machines. Double and triple bag sealing would certainly negate any moisture intrusion on things that would get damaged from such moisture. A few silica packs would soak up any residual moisture.
Reason I guess I thought of it again is because I was moving around some of my 'stuff' and realized I had a LOT of such things single and double bag vacuum sealed. Like ammunition in 100 round lots packed in dry boxes. Same for spare magazines, and lots of spare parts that don't get consumed regularly. No moisture, no critters setting up housekeeping, do dust, no O2 to cause rust and corrosion.
I guess my point, if there is one, is that with things being the way they are, the ability to quickly pack and geo cache such things might take on a life of it's own in the near future. When the going gets tough, the tough make long term plans.
And PVC pipe sales in the larger sizes would probably track with the Food Saver sales.