I got home earlier from an unsuccessful tramp over the mountain in search of feral goats with my rifle absolutely sodden. Usually I wipe off the worst of the water and then stand the rifle in the corner of the kitchen by the rayburn (not too close to the heat though) for an hour or two, then clean and oil etc before returning to cabinet. However, on this occasion I had only come home briefly to drop off the rifle and change my togs as I had to go out again immediately. So I couldn't leave the rifle in the kitchen to dry, and had to put it in the cabinet wet. I don't suppose this is very good for it or any of the other guns in the cabinet.
What do other folk do in this sort of situation?