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shipping fired cases to CA

Discussion in 'Legal' started by crashdummy, Feb 14, 2013.

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  1. crashdummy

    crashdummy Member

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    Is it legal to ship fired hand gun cases, (38spl) to an individual in West Covina CA. ? I believe it is in Los Angeles county.
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  2. mbogo

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    Yes, why wouldn't it be? It's legal as far as the USPS is concerned. Even Kommiefornia doesn't control the sale of components.

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  3. splithoof

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    Yes, it is legal at this point. Expired cases are still just scrap metal. Stay tuned; the California legislature (with the willing endorsement of Lee Baca & company) will at some point in the near future declare reloading components to be items that require face-to-face dealer sales with licensing, background checks, and waiting periods. Democrat super-majority, democrat governor.
     
  4. 45lcshooter

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    Yea shipping spent cases. Just a fired primer and the case is fine. Sending just bullets is fine. Sending compile shells is a NO in USPS. Shipping primed cases, is a touch and go. The lady at the PO says that they would be considered "ammunition" but people online on various web forms say that you can ship primmed cases(no bullet, no powder) by USPS without a hitch.

    When I ship brass I make sure it is either deprimmed or has been fired.
     
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