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M196 Tracer Questions

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Gamer, Nov 3, 2011.

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  1. Gamer

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    I don't think they can go USPS. But I think you can send them ORM-D UPS or Fedex.

    How much you looking to get for say a K of them?

    WB
     
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    No to USPS.
     
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    Right. Tracer bullets ARE flammable by nature, aren't they?
     
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    Let me correct myself. I have been mailed tracers so they can be sent through USPS but it isn't legal.
     
  6. Gamer

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    Thanks for the information. As medal guy mentioned, I initially assumed they are indeed flammable, but thought I’d ask those of you who may have bought and sold these before as I didn’t know for sure since they require a source of ignition.

    Wildbillz, let me check with UPS on the shipping first and then I’ll send you a PM on the asking price. Might be the first of next week before I list them.
     
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    I've recevied them by USPS too. Matter of fact I was shipped 800 .22 MRF last week, by USPS flat rate box, doesn't make it legal. By all means, use UPS ground/Fedex ground.
     
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