need brass reloaded in austin tx. 30.06 for an m1 garand please help!
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Old 04-02-2011, 12:38 AM   #1
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Default need brass reloaded in austin tx. 30.06 for an m1 garand please help!

ive been searching online for someone to reload my brass for my m1 garand. i really have no desire to do it myself. therefor, i would rather pay someone who enjoys it to do it for me. im in south austin. if you, or somone you know provides this service, please contact me as i have several questions. thank you!


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Old 04-02-2011, 12:42 AM   #2
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That would be manufacturing ammo which requires a federal license.

Welcome to the forum . Why not stop by the intro area and let everyone know you're here. Same response will be see in your other post asking for the same service.
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spittinfire is right on! I've had the same request from friends. When we go shootin everyone shoots their own reloads for obvious reasons.I was witness to a misshap several years with an M1 Carbine. No injuries but tore the weapon up. Stick to factory or start reloading. Be safe
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