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Old 06-06-2010, 06:41 PM   #11
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Shortly after I got into reloading i was asked by a friend of my dad's to reload some ammo for him. I thought about it for a little while and decided I did not want the responsibily. The only person I freely give hand loads to his my dad and that doesn't happen very often.

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It is illegal to manufacture AND sell reloaded ammo without an ammo manufacturers license. DON'T do it. Best I remember a ammo manufacturer's license is a FFL class 7. You would also need liability insurance. Now you CAN help them reload ammo on your equipment but cannot do it for them-either for free or charging them.
Depends on the state. In KS it is illegal, but not in MO.
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It don't depend on the state-I quoted federal law as per BATFE regulations. They require you to have a ammo manufacturer's license.


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Depends on the state. In KS it is illegal, but not in MO.
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Never sell reloaded ammo without a license. What works in your firearm, may not work in mine. I like my body and firearms too much to trust the reloads of others who may not have the experience.

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Gents- listen to the BEAR. The Feds want their TAX DOLLARS. Every maker of ammo or components pays a FEDERAL EXCISE TAX on what they make- as do gun manufacturers. State law may be more restrictive than Fed, but not less restrictive. If you are reloading and selling, you need a license from the Feds.

Ask yoursself- you REALLY want to tangle with the IRS?

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thanks everyone for the advice.

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