Help me find it,please.
Could someone help me find PMC Starfire bullets components,please.
I live in Croatia,South Europe,and from here it is imposible to find it.
I have send a mail to PMC directly,of course,but they never answer it.
Two years ago,I managed to find some of it,reloade it and test fire it in balistic gelatine.
Results are impresive.:congrats:
124grs 9mm left the barell at 1240 ft/s. :danceban:
In gelatine it penetrated 10 inch,wound volume whose huge and final diametar of the bullet is 22 mm.
I would like to order some of this stuff in 9mm,357,44 and 45. Every help is welcome.:wave:
PMC Is Out Of Business -
That is why they have not responded to your mail or E-mail.
They are no longer operational.
Also my best guess is that nearly all U.S. bullet makers will usually only ship to a United States address.
Because it is a real hassle to legally ship ammunition components overseas.
You will see something similar to this on just about every web site:
NOTICE: Bullets on sale in the online store may only be purchased in the U.S. and may only be shipped to a U.S. street address (no PO Boxes).
This is why most folks do not want to bother shipping ammunition components overseas. (see below)
Q: Can I have bullets, brass, and/or primers shipped overseas?
A: Yes, you can but we need to have a current U.S. State Department export license before we ship material. We file for the permits, which usually take the State Department approximately 6 to 9 weeks to approve.
The State Department requires us to provide an originally signed purchase order or signed letter from you stating what you want to buy.
If it is in a language other than English, we will need an English translation of the document.
If an import license is required for your country, we need to have the signed original of that document. Photocopies, e-mail versions, etc. are unacceptable.
We charge a fee of $20.00 for an application.
An application can have more than one item on it.