Yes 2 per cylinder. The ones near the fire wall are had to get at, you need a swivel extension with a magnetic socket . The dealer wanted $425 to do the plugs. I bought them on Rock Auto for $55 delivered to my door
With trap loads available for less than $6/box, I'm not currently loading shotgun shells, especially since I don't have a progressive press for shotshells. But there are a good number of powders that can do double duty as shotshell or handgun powders. Red dot and Blue dot are two of my favorites, so you don't necessarily have to double up on the powder inventory. Primers, yes, wads, yes, hulls, yes...and those are bulky.
Back when all cars were rear-wheel drive, I stored my shot in the trunk in wintertime...
Those who cast their own bullets could view stockpiled shot as an emergency supply of lead, should commercial bullets get scarce for some reason.
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