Here are the three types of drawer liner I am currently using.
#1 is 1 inch wide by 3/8 inch deep flutes. It is gold or brass colored (original, not painted) This is by far the best I have found. I got a bunch of this back in 1975 from a dumpster behind a now gone theatrical company. I was told it had been used to make Greek columns for a play. According to a stamp on the back, it was made (in the 1960’s-70’s) by The Reytrim Mfg. Co., Inc., Royersford, Pennsylvania. Apparently they are out of business as I could find nothing on the internet about them. Does anyone know of this company or where I could buy similar fluted cardboard with the sharp peaks and approximate dimensions.
#2 was purchased as 50 foot x 5 foot roll in 1980 from the National Supply Company, 308 Iowa St., Sioux City, Iowa. This company sold stuff for store window displays. The rounded flutes and valleys measure 3/8 inch each. This stuff work OK, but with 3/8 rounded peak rather than the sharp peak of #1, it has a lot of wasted space. Again, the company does not appear to be in business anymore. Does anyone know of another company that sells a similar product.
#3 is standard “A” flute single faced corrugated cardboard, easily purchased in widths from 6 inches to 60 inches. This is OK for under 30 caliber cartridges but does not work well for larger rounds.
I have recently tripled my storage and would REALLY like to find more of #1. Doe anybody have ANY ides who might sell it. I would prefer the gold or brass color, but will settle for any color.