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    Legal to send brass in mail

    Just wondering if there would be any legal issues in regards to shipping up a bunch of used brass to some friends in jersey? Any info greatly appreciated

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    Quote Originally Posted by homershoots View Post
    Just wondering if there would be any legal issues in regards to shipping up a bunch of used brass to some friends in jersey? Any info greatly appreciated

    There are no restrictions on shipping brass........ or bullets either for that matter. Powder and primers are a different story...
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    Would you need to remove the fired primers from the empties?
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    Quote Originally Posted by benjammin View Post
    Would you need to remove the fired primers from the empties?
    Not at all... fired primers are completely inert.
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    Thanks for the info Jay I don't really do any reloading and have been saving my brass for friends that do. I figure I'll send it up to them then when I go visit we can go shoot and I'll have some ammo

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    Quote Originally Posted by homershoots View Post
    Thanks for the info Jay I don't really do any reloading and have been saving my brass for friends that do. I figure I'll send it up to them then when I go visit we can go shoot and I'll have some ammo
    Now there's a good friend.

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    Lol, thanks G50AE

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    You're Welcome. The way I see it you are accomplishing three things,
    1- You are recycling. Reloading is good for the environment, IMHO.
    2- You are helping your friends save some money. Most of us can use friends like that.
    3- You are encouraging participation in shooting sports in NJ. Politically that's a good thing.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    Not at all... fired primers are completely inert.
    This ^.

    A net acquaintance who was supportive of my reloading attempts sent me about 10 pounds of once-fired in the mail. No fuss, no muss. Completely OK to do so.

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