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#6456333 - 09/17/16 03:13 PM storing ammo
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Is it safe to store ammo in an ice chest. They are water proof and heavy duty. Can you think of any potential problems?

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#6456876 - 09/18/16 05:43 AM Re: storing ammo [Re: old raider]
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None that I can think of. You might want to post this in the reloading thread. Those guys will know if it is problematic.
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#6457141 - 09/18/16 11:15 AM Re: storing ammo [Re: old raider]
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Will do. Thanks

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#6457573 - 09/18/16 04:54 PM Re: storing ammo [Re: old raider]
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If you do decide to go that route stick some of those dehumidifier packs in with it and change every 3-4 months. Also I would store the cooler in a climate controlled area from what I understand heat can cause powder to burn inconsistently which could decrease accuracy
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