Got the floor poured for my new reloading room. Walls go up this weekend if weather permits. My old room is less than half the size of the new room. I’m ready to do some reloading.
I was wondering what you were building last weekend when I drove by. Holler if you have anything big you need help moving out there,no need in hurting yourself.
I do my reloading in my shop but keep powder and primer in a closet in my house. Probably overkill, but I've read the heat is hard on powder and since the primers aren't sealed inside their paper boxes, I figure keeping them out of the Arkansas humidity doesn't hurt either.Do y’all have a controlled environment such as central heat and air in your reloading room such as this? I do my reloading in my shed but store my components in the house just wondering what everyone else does?
bite the bullet, build yourself a small room, insulate it and in stall a small mini split ac. the small ones are around $500 and you can install it yourself. the smaller ones run on 120 volts and don't use much current. well worth the money for climate control in a reloading room.I wish my building had central heat and air but it doesn’t. I’m not in my shop every day and I only run the AC unit when I’m working in there. I thought about sealing a closet the best I can and keeping a dehumidifier in it for powder and primer storage but that has me a little leery. I will probably store those items in the house and only take out what I will be using until I can figure out a long term plan.