Pretty fancy stuff at that link. Way too cool for my country-bumpkin butt.
Originally Posted by Cat
I don't think there is any right/wrong way to position ammo, based on the way I've seen it packaged from the manufacturers. Remington rifle ammo boxes are often standing on one end-flap (cartridges on their side) in case-lot packaging. Same for CCI pistol/revolver ammo. Federal .223 100-round packs have half the cartridges bullet UP, and the other half bullet DOWN, in the way they are packed in a 4-box case. And bulk-packed ammo is dumped into the box loose, cartridges every which-way, in the same manner as Bruce's when it is poured into an ammo can.
Originally Posted by tlolesen
Concentrate on cool/dry/watertight, and preventing wide temperature swings in the storage location, and you'll be good-to-go.
"Placement is power" -- seen in an article by Stephen A. Camp
(RIP, Mr. Camp; you will be remembered, and missed)