Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Quoheleth, Apr 22, 2017.
It's not a bottle of nitro-glycerin (sp?) you know. What does your common sense tell you? It had to be transported to you somehow didn't it? Have you ever seen how boxes are handled by delivery companies?
Thanks for the help.
It's the same as taking it home from the local shop where you bought it.
Hope this helps.
Hope you have a better reloading area at your new digs.
Good luck in your new home!
I concur with EGD. Send it all to me. Congrats on the move "out of Houston". I have responded there many times for the American Red Cross, and can tell you first hand, there are many, many cities I would rather be posted in, than Houston.
When I started relocating my reloading supplies from Texas to the retirement property in Arkansas, I packed the primers, 2,800 at a time, in cardboard boxes with cardboard dividers between stacks of 700 primers. I built a box with lid (technically a "magazine") out of old one-inch boards from my deck and used it to carry powder 8 pounds at a time.
This meets the fire code, but I was less concerned about the fire code than I was not "adding fuel to the fire" if I got rear-ended. Of course that's a "double edge sword" because if you're trapped in your car and the fuel is on fire you're going to burn to death anyway and the powder and primers, if not properly secured, might make it end quicker. Still, I'll try to conform to the fire code.
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