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What to do with reloads

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by deadpair, Mar 4, 2009.

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  1. deadpair

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    After many years in the sport of Trap shooting I have decided to move on to other interests. I have 58 flats of reloads that I do not know what to do with.I hate to see them go to waste and do not want just junk them.Do they have any value for resale to someone or would that be opening up a can of worms from the liability stand point. what do you guys think?
     
  2. 635 G

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    Donate them to a local SCTP team. Don't worry about liability. You'll have a tax-write off.

    Phil Berkowitz
     
  3. KENENT1

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    14,500 reloads...........you could sponsor me for this years ata shoots, and I'll split my lewis winnings with you.



    tony
     
  4. Ed Y

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    Pray temm. What could you possibly be moving on to??

    Ed Yanchok
     
  5. deadpair

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    I have bought an old muscle car and am in the process of restoring that, this is something my wife enjoys also so it keeps me out of trouble. I would like to sell these if any one is interested. I am in sw wisc. and would like to get 15.00 per flat
     
  6. Dennisw

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    what exactley are they?? Hulls-powder-shot weight etc....
     
  7. halfmile

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    PM sent.

    HM
     
  8. deadpair

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    I will take a look tonight and list what I have
     
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    Whereare you located and do you have any loading supplies left. Thank You Tim Dearth
     
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    i have 15 youth shooters that could put them to good use,over half of their parents cant afford shells due to the economic times so us 4 coaches have been supplying their shells,after 4 practices we have given up 2000 shells,we would be very happy for any part of the shells as a donation,mark jones,trap chair edwardsburg c.c.,edwardsburg mi,if you
     
  11. miner1

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    I have family in Tomah, are you close? I too would be interested to know components used etc...and if any components left besides the reoloads?

    Thanks
     
  12. StonewallRacing

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    Deadpair,

    I believe our SCTP program would be interested. I am in Southeastern WI. I would drive to pick-up/etc.

    Lets make a deal....

    SW
     
  13. KEYBEAR

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    I would think you should ask yourself Do i need kids (I don,t know) shooting MY reloads
     
  14. flamborn

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    I'm a Dedmocrat. It's only right and proper you give them to me and pay the shipping tp get them here. I think with our new gov't all the guns I might need to shoot them should be included. :p

    Seriously my friend you shlould have no worries selling them locally.
     
  15. deadpair

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    Reloads have been sold, Thanks for the interest
     
  16. Hitapair

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    Do you have an umbrella policy?
     
  17. dverna

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    An umbrella policy may not cover a product liability suit. I would never sell reloads to anyone.

    Anyway, too bad we lost another shooter. It would have been great if the wife could have been persuaded to join the fun. We have too few women and a dwindling number of old farts who shoot less and less. It is not a formula for success.

    Don
     
  18. The Rock

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    If any of those shooters use a K-80 you are in big trouble.

    Rock

    JIm
     
  19. headhunter

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    Any dusty old K guns you need to move out of the way? Donate?
     
  20. cubancigar2000

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    $15 X 58 =$870. I would not risk it for that amount of $$. I have some reloads that go back to the early 80's and I have been using them up. I also cut some up with Garys "UNLOADER" but sell them??? Never. I wont even let other shooters borrow shells unless they are ne? To each his own I guess, sounds like greed to me
     
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