I have decided to give HBN coating of my bullets a try. My situation is such I have to do my reloading often a month or more (sometimes quite a bit more) in advance of a range trip the fact HBN eliminates "cold welding" of bullets to the inside neck is one of the reasons I wish to try it. It is not uncommon for my reloads to sit for 3 or more months before they get shot. I was wondering if once you coat your bullets is there any special procedures you must use for long term storage of coated bullets of say 3 months to as much as a year prior to loading? I panned on coating my bullets then storing them in small appropriate sized screw top plastic air tight food storage containers. I usually will use one all day reloading session to fully prep my brass then anneal it. Then I do my actual reloading with the second session. Thanks, DJ/Art.