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Is it illegal to sell ammo that you reload due to taxing purposes or something? If not, would anybody like to sell me some??? PLEASE!?!?!?!
 

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yes and no. an individual can resell ammo "under the table" so to speak person to person with no problems. if you want ot do it as a profitable buisness you have ot have a tax license, ammo manufacturing license from the BATFE, liability insurance etc etc. if you want cheap reloads buy local.

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i would never buy reloaded ammo though . unless i personally know them ............

If they put too much powder in the casings ...... it could be the last bullet you ever shoot
 

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i would never buy reloaded ammo though . unless i personally know them ............

If they put too much powder in the casings ...... it could be the last bullet you ever shoot
Bingo--

I trust myself, my dad, and my brother in law-- other than that, there is a reputable maker at the gunshow that sells reloads, but I am sure he has a license of some sort to sell that volume to the public. I have bought a ton from him with zero issues..
 

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how would you find somebody local?


and can anybody "local" to me "southeast ohio" relaoad me some for a 995 carbine... i dunno anything about it, but i've heard you can harness a handful more potential with reloads out of a carbine
 

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Ask around at gunshops, gunshows-- do an internet search-- chatroom-- heck even Facebook oor Craig's List would be a start--
 

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I have bought reloads from a show only to bring them home, and take them apart and me reload. I will put the powder into my "mystery powder" container (gonna be fun on the 4th) and then reload the brass using the bullets I just took apart.

I feel much safer doing that.
 

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Hmmmm, I never thought reloads(that a person reloaded not a company reloaded) could be bad, or 50/50 chance. About 2 years ago, at a flea market I bought about 300 rds 12 ga shot shells. The guy reloaded them himself. There were buckshot, birdshot, slugs. I only paid $25 for all. And no, I don't know the guy. Would you guys shoot these? :blink:
 

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I see lot of guys selling reloaded ammo on Craiglist I personally do not think all that good idea. true i follow the manual but but what if you have a gun with a flaw ?? i the guilty person regardless. i may give someone some ammo to plink etc but selling is asking for trouble form lot of places abc guys and lawyer etc. do not sell reloaded ammo m98
 

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yes and no. an individual can resell ammo "under the table" so to speak person to person with no problems. if you want ot do it as a profitable buisness you have ot have a tax license, ammo manufacturing license from the BATFE, liability insurance etc etc. if you want cheap reloads buy local.

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The manufacturing license is called a Class 6 FFL. The guys at cast boolits say it costs $30 for 3 years.
 
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