Originally Posted by ODAVID
I would encourage you to buy small packages of desiccant to put in each bottle of powder. Works for me. I keep them also in my bullets that are in storage to slow down corrosion. Also in the primer packages. I put a couple packets in a Zip lock bag and add the bottle of powder or primers pkgs expell as much air as possible and seal up. Every couple months I replace and bake the desiccant low heat.
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Odavid; Not to question your practice of placing desiccant in powder containers, but I once
read that all powders have a controlled moisture content and that it needed to be maintained
to make the powder react consistently over a period of time.
I have never done it but would like to know from a powder manufacture if it is ok or taboo.
I even stopped buying bulk containers of powder because of opening them over and over
in high humidity (The 1 lb cans only get opened once or twice and they are gone)
If someone on this web site is or knows a person that works for a powder manufacturer
please chime in.
This would be something good to know for all of us.
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