This is a discussion on Buying reloads from GunBroker.com within the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Captain Crunch I was merely pointing out that to sell reloads without being licensed and insured is insane. Unless, or until, this ...
Let me rephrase:
My opinion is that assuming someone is insured is as insane as doing business without being insured.
Not disagreeing with you at all (at least, in regards to the insanity of not being an insured business), but rather, voicing my opinion that further scrutiny is the route I would take.
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Steps in the stripping of State's Rights/Sovereignty
1. War of Northern Agression 2. Coersion to ratify the 14th Amendment 3. Ratified 17th Amendment
One major thing that stands out,without knowing bullet weight/type my reload data shows a max of 3.2 grains of bullseye,and due to variances in different brass case weights I do not see how he can tell the difference in a powder charge by weighing a completed round afterward,I had some reloads that I knew some had no powder and tried to weigh them once to seperate them out,the weights varied so much I had to pull every round to check them.If he doesn't have any Liability insurance I would stay away,but on the other hand if his ammo blows your gun up you will have to prove it was his ammo and I don't know how your gonna do that
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