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Is there an issue with storing various plastic hulls in large trash bags in my attic. It will get to around 0 degrees a few days in the winter, and I suppose up to high 90s a few days in the summer. They will be dry and all once fired b


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Should be fine at those temps


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I store mine in bags in old ice chests.

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I store some in 5 gallon buckets and plastic bags in an outdoor shed. I have not had any problems yet.


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