vette81 Member Posts: 177 ✭✭✭
edited December 2014 in Perry Shooter Competition Shooting and Reloading Forum
My reloading room is a separate room in my outside shop. Its insulated and has A/C. Recently spurged and bought a Dillon RL550 B reloader and got it set up. Before I always stored my powder and primers in ammo cans to help protect it but it is kinda a PIA and takes up alot of room. So I bought a dehumidifer. Before it would stay about 50 to 60 % humidity and temp was around 50 to 60 degrees depending on seasons. Now I am able to keep the humidity down to 35 to 40 %. Just curious if this is dry enough so powder can be left out and if anyone else using dehumidifiers for there reloading room.