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I live in the desert it pretty dry so I don't do anything special just keep it in the original box. When I reload I keep them in the boxes of the ammo I buy.
 

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Just don't store your ammo cans, or boxes, or whatever directly on a concrete floor. Concrete floors seem to attract moisture somehow; in any event, you will find that thing corrode, mildew, and get moldy much more quickly on concrete than when placed on milk crates, wooden boxes, etc.
Properly stored in a cool place and off the floor, ammo can easily be stored fifty years or more.
 
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