Thanks GrumpyShould you store ammo and your firearm in the garage? I personally wouldn't, but suit yourself.
I would suggest that wherever you store your ammo, you get M1 ammo cans, make sure the gaskets are GTG, and place dessicant packs in with your ammo. I prefer the ones with color indicators that show if the pack has absorbed all the moisture it can. Generally speaking if this is ammo you're intending to store for the long haul, "store it in conditions that would be comfortable for you" is the principle I've lived by since I was old enough to have guns and ammo and I've had stuff I've stored for well over 30 years that's fine. Never had any ammo go bad in storage over here.
As far as the Glock is concerned, the environmental conditions you're describing don't sound bad, but how safe is your garage against theft? I wouldn't feel comfortable storing any gun where its likely to walk away. Come to think of it, the same principle can be applied to ammo too.
A cool, dry place is best for storage of anything metal. Get some good ammo cans and throw a pack or two of desiccant in. It's not the heat but the humidity that's corrosive.I live in the northeast.Cold in the winter and can be hot and muggy in the summer.Can I store my ammo and or my glock in an unheated Garage?
i live here in New England as well.I live in the northeast.Cold in the winter and can be hot and muggy in the summer.Can I store my ammo and or my glock in an unheated Garage?