Although this post is 8 months old, I think it still interesting. In the video attached below, the speaker enlightened me to think about how some ammo can be delicate. Thinking about what’s on the inside, primer, and gun powder.
He discussed wear and tear, but he made me think, what about for those who live and work in colder weather, or humid weather, how the constant changing the environment in any given day the EDC rounds are in – could it affect the inside of that ammo, the moisture, or condensation per se. If climate affects the round, that may then affect revolver carriers as well.
On the air compressor idea: Perhaps others here have good insight on that. I think another member posted that certain compressed air is less likely to leave “film”. I wonder if certain compressed air might add unclean air, too much moisture, or any sticky residue; And if it’ll go into the smallest and furthest regions where typical gun cleaning might never see, and what goes there might stay there. IDK, if that step makes that much of a difference and or is a risk.
Not shooting or cleaning for 6 months, IDK, maybe for 3, what do I know.