It is important to be safe and to properly store all equipment. It can be quite disappointing and a financial blow when you lose equipment due to poor storage. Below we discuss a few simple tips to properly store ammo. Be sure to check out the full article here.
Avoid Extreme Heat
Many rounds are designed to last in a variety of conditions. As long as you prevent exposer to extreme heat, your ammo should last up to 10 years. Keeping ammo in a normal room temperature is ideal and makes your equipment last for decades.
Keep Your Powders Dry
A low-humidity environment is a storage priority. There is no right or wrong temperature, but lower is better. If your basement smells or appears to be damp, look for another safe location.
As long as you stick to these two rules, you should never have to worry about ruined ammo or equipment. By keeping your powders dry, avoiding high heat, and storing at room temperature, you’ll become a successful shooter.