TDS (Tactical Defense Solutions - site sponsor) recently had a fairly serious fire. The actual fire was contained to the office and showroom area which was a total loss. The warehouse area where ammo and such was kept received no damage at all. Now that the smoke has cleared there is the ungodly smell of burned wood everywhere. The cleanup crews are convinced that customers will complain about boxes of ammo that may possibly have a "woodsey" smell. Personally none of us can smell it on the boxes and personally cant see what it matters as all of them were in a detached warehouse and untouched by heat, flame or crud smoke. The cleanup crews want to "ozone" the boxes/cases. Were hesitant as were unsure what if any affect the process will have. All that said - I ask you, does the faint odor on a box of HST matter? Does anyone know what affect ozone has on ammunition?