Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Daver, Feb 20, 2017.
apparently selling reloaded ammo is illegal.
can anyone confirm this?
Without the proper licenses it is. If you have a friend who you pay to load some ammo for you no one cares. That same guy cannot load and sell ammo to anyone with the cash without a license.
On a side note, I emailed NRCan 2 weeks ago looking for more exact info on what it would cost to get the license. They did not respond.
There are several companies in Canada selling reloaded ammo at this time. From what I have seen they are only slightly cheaper than factory and some ammo (like WASP) is not reliable at all.
There is a guy in the Enfield area selling reloaded ammo. I don't know if he has the license for it, but his ammo is shit. Failure to fire and tumbling rounds are just some of the issues with it.
i have a bunch of ammunition my father in law gave me. some reloaded some factory. all older stuff.
i put a ad up on bargainhunterpress and i got a few emails right away saying it was illegal to sell it.
Yeah, you could get into trouble selling it that way
We sell Centaure commercially reloaded 9mm.. It's $18.50/50. New American Eagle right beside it is $19. Some shooters love the Centaure, it's got nothing to do with saving 50c a box..
probably be best just for me to pull the projectiles and sell the brass lol
What are the rounds?
I'll pass the info along to my shooting buddies. Will let you know if there is any interest in them disposing of any or all of that ammo for you