i am looking at storing some ammo that i have (and will add more to) for a while. people have told me everything from putting it in the fridge, to storing it in .50 cal. ammo cans with bags of rice to absorb the moisture.
i have seen bottles of primer and bullet sealant on the market and wonder if this would be something worth investing time and money in to? it says on the bottle that it seals out moisture and makes the ammo all most submersable.
i have heard that you can do the same thing with clear finger nail polish, even using different colors to help with the id of different lots. i see that the military puts a primer and bullet sealant on all of their rounds and was wondering if this would help make them more stabil for storing.
i just need a good way to store some rounds for a while, yet be able to add to them every month or so with out messing up my storing conditions.
any help would be much appreciated.
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