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Reclaimed Lead Shot to be delivered to Minneapolis

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Mar 24, 2009.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    So, how many pounds to a 55 gal drum?
     
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    OK. how do we get it out? scoop? have you devised a spigot as yet? And you must have an idea about containers. What have you seen guys use that made sense. I have about 4 orange juice containers that would hold about 20 lbs. But someone else must hae already figured out these little featurs that will make it more attractive to buy. And if we leave it at the club, does it have a lid that we canlock to prevent theft?
     
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    MIA, I think ya can get bout 50 pounds in a small ammo can, the one that is a little bigger will hold right at a 100 pounds. Never weighed a full one, but with 50 pounds in one, it was about half full.
     
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    These burlap bags would work. We have a UlineDC in EAgan MN. Abotu 30 cents apc. tied up wiht a cable tie.
     
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    Hippie. That is my point. Others have figured this out. Thanks.
     
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    1/2 gal jugs would cost about 13 cents each... Now that owuld be convenient.
     
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    Ah ha!

    Sounds like the 1/2 gal jugs at about a dime apc would be the way to go.
     
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    any idea when and where in Minneapolis you will be coming . could use some more shot
    Tom
     
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    2 liter pop bottles a funnel and a scope work GREAT - if I remeber correctly you can get 20-25 pounds in a 2 liter and the last forever and easy to write on on slap a label on and STRUDY
     
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    Arend003 Tom, check your private message box
     
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    Old plastic powder jugs work well. HMB
     
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