Re: Temperature and humidity factor - how do they affect my loads?
I used to do the ammo in the cooler thing and shoot during the summer, but since mirage is usually worse in the summer, and your heart is beating harder from any exertion in the heat, and I can't stand it when the sweat is running in my eyes, I've given up doing that.
Now I do like Redbone, shoot in the spring, fall, and winter. Besides It just doesn't make good sense to me to develope a load when temps are 65 - 75 degrees warmer than what I hunt in.
Ignorance can be treated with education, sadly there is no cure for stupidity.