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Is anyone selling their reloads

Postby synack2 » Wed Apr 07, 2021 3:33 pm

Hey,

Is anyone selling their hand loaded ammo. I've just had a bunch of people asking me to load some ammo for them and they are willing to pay me for it, but I want to be sure I am doing it legally. After looking into it, I have sent in my Form 7 application, with a Photo, and Fingerprint card, for a Type 06 FFL. It looks like I don't need to do ITAR as long as I am doing "manual reloading of ammunition .50 caliber or less.", according to ITAR's executive order.

If my Type 06 gets approved, is there anything else that I need to be concerned about. State Laws? I know how to run a business and do the appropriate taxes on it. I plan to get a vendors license for this as well and charge sales tax.

I know I won't be reloading that much to sell with my single stage press, but I honestly like loading ammo more than I like shooting it.
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Re: Is anyone selling their reloads

Postby WY_Not » Thu Apr 08, 2021 12:14 am

Lots of liability insurance? Set up as an LLC or full corporation to separate/protect your personal assets from business? Any fire marshall regs concerning storage and use of the powder/primer? That is all I can think of off the top of my head at 1 in the morning.

Buy more single stage presses. Set one of for each die.

synack2 wrote:Hey,

Is anyone selling their hand loaded ammo. I've just had a bunch of people asking me to load some ammo for them and they are willing to pay me for it, but I want to be sure I am doing it legally. After looking into it, I have sent in my Form 7 application, with a Photo, and Fingerprint card, for a Type 06 FFL. It looks like I don't need to do ITAR as long as I am doing "manual reloading of ammunition .50 caliber or less.", according to ITAR's executive order.

If my Type 06 gets approved, is there anything else that I need to be concerned about. State Laws? I know how to run a business and do the appropriate taxes on it. I plan to get a vendors license for this as well and charge sales tax.

I know I won't be reloading that much to sell with my single stage press, but I honestly like loading ammo more than I like shooting it.
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