You don't want to be firing "ammo under the influence" do you? :lol:On 2001-11-21 19:38, chasmuss wrote:
Doomist, I agree with David. If you are like most of us, you clean your weapons after each use. That means your carry ammo is resting near fresh solvents, gun oil, and grease you have used to clean the pistol. The vapors from those liquids can decrease the power factor produced by the powder in the bullet. Thus, you are increasing your risk to FTF or FTE.