Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

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Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by Gobbler » February 25th, 2014, 3:02 pm

This forum is not intended to be a market place for hand loaded Turkey loads. This forum is a place for Hand loaders to share ideas and results and testing.

Please do not impose upon members by requesting hand loaded ammunition from them. To honor your request puts them in potential violation of Federal law. ATF requires licensing for ammo suppliers. The Federal regulations impose serious consequences to those who supply ammunition without the proper license. Any exchange of money or objects of value in trade could trigger unintended consequences. For about $150-200 one can buy a pound of Tungsten super shot, all components, digital scale and roll crimp head. The shot vendor has developed recipes that have been tested. There are enough members here that are willing to help and guide you if you would like to start loading and shooting custom loads. Good luck.

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Re: Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by vaturkey » February 25th, 2014, 5:48 pm

Glad I got some before you posted this ! :thumbup:

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Post by CamoMan4025 » February 25th, 2014, 7:18 pm

Can we still bootleg shine :dontknow:
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Post by gophert » February 25th, 2014, 10:11 pm

CamoMan4025 wrote:Can we still bootleg shine :dontknow:
Don't need to. It's legal in TN

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Post by Rockhound » February 26th, 2014, 10:26 pm

gophert wrote:
CamoMan4025 wrote:Can we still bootleg shine :dontknow:
Don't need to. It's legal in TN
:)

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Re: Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by Rockhound » February 26th, 2014, 10:32 pm

I hope everyone reads this, I'm a member on 4 different forums and around the beginning of season there's no telling how many p.m.'s I get from people.

1. What would you charge me for 25 shells?

2. Load me up some and we will work something out.

3. Will you sell me some?

And last but not least my favorite and from about a month ago,

4. You load me up a 10 of those and I'll trade you 10 nitro 4x5x6, and you know how high they are.


:roll:

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Post by GOLD HUNTER » February 26th, 2014, 11:29 pm

well I just give-um as b-day gifts with no name on them !!!

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Post by Southern Sportsman » February 27th, 2014, 12:13 am

Rockhound wrote:
4. You load me up a 10 of those and I'll trade you 10 nitro 4x5x6, and you know how high they are.


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Haha. I've had a few requests too on tndeer, but never anything like this.
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Re: Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by hoobilly » March 1st, 2014, 10:26 am

Thankfully
Indiana passed a law that its legal to sell hand loads.

not that I am going to sell. thats something I don't want to get tangled into

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Post by redarrow » March 1st, 2014, 10:35 am

GOLD HUNTER wrote:well I just give-um as b-day gifts with no name on them !!!

brian
Thanks Brian. I will be watching my mailbox around June 5th. ;)
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Re: Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by CamoMan4025 » March 1st, 2014, 3:22 pm

redarrow wrote:
GOLD HUNTER wrote:well I just give-um as b-day gifts with no name on them !!!

brian
Thanks Brian. I will be watching my mailbox around June 5th. ;)
Funny Red I didn't see any in mine last Oct?
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Re: Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by BigHooks » March 21st, 2014, 6:31 am

It's funny how much money you can spend on reloading an sending off for pressure check an every thing else an some people just ask for it. There's a lot of you'all that's been loading longer than me I can't even think how much you'all have spent..

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Post by hawglips » March 21st, 2014, 7:54 am

BigHooks wrote:It's funny how much money you can spend on reloading an sending off for pressure check an every thing else an some people just ask for it. There's a lot of you'all that's been loading longer than me I can't even think how much you'all have spent..
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Re: Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by GLS » March 21st, 2014, 8:32 am

Rockhound, I, too, have been bombarded with requests. It peaked during the run-up to the youth seasons. Less than half respond back to me when I tell them I can't do it but tell them who to contact for the equipment and components so they can do so themselves. Gil

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Re: Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by chatterbox » October 31st, 2014, 1:37 pm

I think when My children are older, and I have more time, I would really enjoy hand loading. It really sounds like a lot of fun!

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Re: Buying Selling Hand Loaded Shells

Post by hoobilly » December 29th, 2014, 6:32 pm

I for one am very happy that there are those who do the hard work, and share the knowledge on loading.

I would be lost

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