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Originally posted by MikeinNC:
...There are charts that list how long (combat issuable) ammo can be kept at differing temps..
ie, for anything over 100 to 110 can be kept and is still issuable until you reach xxx hours, then the ammo can only be used for training due to degradation...
Does these charts have different scales for different type of ordnance? I would think small arms ammo has more of an acceptable temperature range than say, artillery propellant charges.
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