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People don’t normally think of non-food items as having expiration dates. As long as it’s not something you consume or some kind of liquid, it should last forever, right? Wrong. There are plenty of solid, non-food items that go bad, and many people are surprised to learn that ammo is one of them.
As long as you store it properly, most ammunition can last for decades. However, if you store it in the wrong type of environment–such as a shed that gets hot in the summer or damp when it rains–your ammo could go bad very quickly. Just imagine trying to defend yourself with a gun and the shells not firing. In this article, James from Plan And Prepared discusses three threats to your ammo and what you can do about them.
James writes, “In these uncertain times, when our fundamental gun rights are under attack, the availability of ammunition seemingly fluctuates daily. If you are like me, you tend to buy extra when the availability is normal and prices are reasonable.” Follow the link below to keep reading.