500 Rounds of 9mm reloads

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  1. HankDiesel

    HankDiesel
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    Capture.jpg I have 500 rounds of reloads I picked up off here a while back...Looking to trade for:

    Burris Fastfire or similar red dot
    Quality Optics
    AK Mags
    .22 Blazer Ammo
    Or...?

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  2. lcb97269

    lcb97269
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    Who reloaded them? What is the load data?
     
  3. HankDiesel

    HankDiesel
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    Unknown :cool:
     
  4. plato58

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    I have a Bushnell Holo-sight, made in USA, Manufact March 1998, w/ various mounting hardware and some batteries. Also Glock Tritium sites from Tru-glo.
     
  5. HankDiesel

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    Bump
     
  6. K-22

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    If these were not reloaded by a individual/company, licensed to remanufacture ammo. I suspect they are against the law to sell. Would you let your kids or wife shoot these?
     
  7. Nwcid

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    What makes you "suspect"?

    How come people always seem to "KNOW" the law without checking the laws????????????? It is a VERY simple thing to do these days.


    (H4) Is a person who reloads ammunition required to be licensed as a manufacturer? [Back]
    Yes, if the person engages in the business of selling or distributing reloads for the purpose of livelihood and profit. No, if the person reloads only for personal use.
    [18 U.S.C. 922(a) (i) and 923(a), 27 CFR 478.41]
     
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    Thanks for looking up that statute. I appreciate the validation.
     
  9. Nwcid

    Nwcid
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    Not sure what you mean by validation. It is NOT illegal to sell reloaded ammo without license anymore then it is illegal to sell your rifle without a license unless you are doing it as a "business".

    So YES I can sell reloaded ammo without a license as long as it it not "engaging in the business"............. I know ammo prices are up but selling 500 rounds of reloads (even if personal reloads) is FAR from a livelihood.
     
  10. HankDiesel

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    Thanks Nwcid!..Plus Im not selling it, Im trading it :cool:
     
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  11. fredball

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    Why is it floks like you who have no intention of buying this seem to think anyone is interested in your 2 cents , ie: if you have nothing of value to add to the sale keep it to yourself .
    go kick tires somewhere else
     
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  12. richardlpalmer

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    Well, I had the same question(s). Was the reloaded by a company or an individual?

    Point being, despite what we consider "engaging in business" the other section ("b") covers it clearly -- this is not for personal use. It's being traded or sold, therefore it's clearly not for personal use.

    So was this just someone who did reloads and you ended up buying/acquiring them or were they made for resale by a licensed entity? If it were the zombie apocalypse I wouldn't care. But I certainly wouldn't wish a fine/jail time on anyone for something like this -- especially me. :)

    That being said, I've heard of people selling ammo like this for reloading purposes. I mean, you could reuse the brass & lead, right? ;)
     

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