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Selling vintage ammo

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Sam1911, Jul 14, 2009.

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  1. Sam1911

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    Hi!

    I've tried seraching here and elsewhere and can't find the exact answer I'm looking for.

    I have a small quantity of antique shotgun shells that I might be looking to sell on Action Arms or Gun Broker. (Around 450-475 16 ga. Remington paper hull 8s, 6s, and 4s, in their original boxes, in an original cardboard shipping carton.)

    [EDIT] -- No legal issues, I understand. What's the best way to ship ammo?

    Many thanks!

    -Sam
     
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  2. ChairborneRanger

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    You can't ship them by the U. S. Postal Service---would have to go by UPS or Fedex. Some states have regulations about selling ammo to "unautorized" parties, etc.---think the "problem" states are Mass., Ill., Calif., Hawaii, New Jersey----"problem" cities are NYC, Chicago and Washington, DC.
     
  3. Oro

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    Ship them ground UPS or FedEx, label them "ORM-D" on the side. Do not ship them loose - put them in ammo containers/boxes. That's all. No extra fees or hassle.
     
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    Sam I'd be interested in all of them. PM me with a price and shipping to 64804.

    Thanks,

    Raleigh
     
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