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I have a few thousand New Federal 209A primers I'm not going to use.

Are there restrictions about selling them online?

Larry J. Frieders
Grandpa's Arms, Inc.
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Office: 630.859.0333 Cell: 630.992.7513 FAX: 630.859.0114
 

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I don't think so. Just have to insure hazmat if shipping. Don't take my word for it.

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Not unless you ship them as Hazmat, and pay the $27.50 fee per package.

And you can't ship hazmat unless you have a DOT Hazmat certification(cheapest way to get that is about $500 to do an online course).

So the short answer is, NO.
 

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If you are in the U.S., the best way to sell primers is go to the local club, hang a for sale sign on the bulletin board and wait the phone to ring off the wall.

and it will.

Rick in MT
 

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Larry,

If your coming down to the Dixie Grand and you have a fair price on them.. bring them down with you. I'm interested..

Jerry B
 

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The answer to your question;

No! There are no restrictions selling them on line.

As stated above, shipping is a different story.
 

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Larry, you can probably sell them to any member of Rockford or Northbrook gun club. They would be close to you, or maybe sell them to one of your shooting buddies.
 

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Larry,

As mentioned, being certified to ship haz mat is a pain. Fedex is the best avenue, but is around $100 to take the online course and is a few hours of time, plus setting up to print labels. UPS is around $1500 or so and you have to show up somewhere to take the course. Bottomline, shipping haz is a pain. Your best bet is to sell them at a local club.
 

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Larry:

A few months ago, I sold my Spolar and all reloading supplies. Put a paper up on the St Charles bulletin board during League and in a week had sold everything, including primers.. No hazmat fees.

If you wait 'til Spring League, put a copy of the notice on each table the first night of the League. You'll sell them all fast.

Gene in Illinois
 

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I just bought 1K locally in NJ. 38.95 plus tax. Just so you have some idea of going price. Online I could not find them at several suppliers and they would have charged hazmat but no tax.
 
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