Not planning to shoot much 45Colt over the winter, but I plan to have it with me if I go looking for anything small and fuzzy with my .223. I already have three test loads cooling in the tool box in my truck bed, none of them using H-110.
How cold can I go with my usual summertime lubes?
I am thinking I may scrape the crayon lube out of some of my collection and pan lube with a 45-45-10 mix of beeswax-crisco-olive oil I already have on the shelf.
My personal limit is -30dF, colder than that and I'll go looking for fuzzy critters some other day.
Should I maybe just get the barrel really clean and load up some jacketed for the winter?