Ok, here's another thing to think about
I'm loading out in my garage, usually after midnight, it's 24 degrees in the garage, most have been done below 40F, how does this factor in if I load some and don't fire them til later like 65F in Kodiak summer?
I figured it was a non issue until reading past threads in HDLG forum there are mentions of temp sensitivity,but realizing most guys are loading inside at room temp and then taking them outside to fire in winter at the range, 25F or lower for you northern guys, then hunting in Fall temps all over the place in this state.
What do you guys know about this is Loading Temp a Factor, for some powders more than others?
Thinking Brass changes major with temp, are there Sizing Issues, etc?