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RECYCLED SHOT

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Bills girl, Feb 3, 2008.

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  1. Bills girl

    Bills girl TS Member

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    Our club has over 5,000 lbs of recycled shot. Is it better to sell as is or get it re-dropped? Any thoughts? Is any one interested in buying this? Any ideas where I might find 2 liter bottles without drinking 100 bottles of coke? Does any one have any recommendations where to take it to get it re-dropped? Or how long it usually takes? What is the going price for reclaimed shot on the West coast... California?? Thanks, Shelley
     
  2. bydnsilly3

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    Shelly,

    Where are you located? I may be interested in the stuff as is. If you are interested. If not I have some info for you. Give me a call.

    Bill Myers
     
  3. nipper

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    I will buy some as is,what price??

    Bill
     
  4. oletymer

    oletymer Member

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    You can use one gallon milk jugs and put 50 lbs. in them. That is how I bought some home made shot.
     
  5. Bills girl

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    The price is $20.00 a bag ( 25 lb bag ) Thanks for all the great replies and suggestions!
    Shelley
     
  6. GordonWood421

    GordonWood421 TS Member

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    By the way , lass , don't put the shot in emnpty powder cans . Mine arrived with a bit of "fanfare" . Seems that the "cram-it-in-for-under-ten" Priority Mail box sustained some damage thereby revealing a 5# 4756 powder container .

    I got a personal visit from USPS inspector who was , for a short while , "PO"ed .

    Charlie
     
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