View Full Version : .45 ACP reloads for sale **SOLD**

05-27-2007, 9:17 PM
SOLD rather quickly- thanks!

05-27-2007, 9:33 PM
pm sent

05-28-2007, 10:01 AM
Are they your reloads? Or from Miwall or someplace else?

05-28-2007, 1:41 PM
PM sent

05-28-2007, 2:49 PM
These were not done commercially, they were done by a reloader with a lot of experience behind him.

The round-nosed rounds are 230 grain, the semi-wads are 185 grain; and about half of each type (round-nosed, semi-wadcutter) are copper jacketed.

05-28-2007, 6:03 PM
Is this even legal? Don't you need a license of some kind to sell remanufactured ammo? Are you carrying liability insurance in case somebody gets hurt using it?

Buyers beware. I (and most other shooters I know) would never shoot reloaded ammo of unknown origin.

05-28-2007, 6:16 PM
I think xrMike's concerns are valid, no offense to ShooterMcGavin intended.

Reloads are items that require trust and knowledge about the manufacturer to feel safe using them. SMG's reloads may be perfect and perfectly safe but I do want to add this part.
Buying and using non-commercial reloads is entirely the consumers choice and responsibility and they are liable for their own actions.

ShooterMcGavin if you can give some info on who made these and possibly the load data it might make some people feel more comfortable buying them. Just a suggestion.

05-28-2007, 6:32 PM
I sold some 5.56 reloads awhile back and was unable to tell folks where I got them becuase the guy wanted it that way but I did make sure everyone knew Id back the ammo and also mentioned he has a Govt contract and LEO contract. He just didnt want his name out there on the net nor folks calling him for more.

These were the types of issues everyone who bought them had for me before spending cash and I haventheard anything but good stuff from the shooters but it would be my arse if something happened and I know it.:cool2:

05-28-2007, 7:55 PM
willing to ship?

05-28-2007, 8:02 PM
I understand the concerns. These rounds were loaded by a friend who recently passed. I don't know the specifics about what brand bullet, powder, or primers he used.

I have fired several hundred out of my 1911 with no problems.

I pulled about 10 from the lot of the round-nosed and all were measuring in at 5 grains of powder each (not sure what powder, but it's a safe amount, nothing over the top for a 230 grain bullet).

Thanks, Kestryll

05-28-2007, 8:14 PM
I'll take the plunge and take the round-nosed case of 700 off your hands for $100. I'll send you a PM so we can set up a meeting.

05-28-2007, 8:30 PM
I'll take the plunge and take the round-nosed case of 700 off your hands for $100. I'll send you a PM so we can set up a meeting.

Round-nosed goes to ZenMasta. Thanks!

05-28-2007, 8:31 PM
willing to ship?

Yes, I'll just need to figure out shipping costs.

05-28-2007, 10:04 PM
pm sent.

05-29-2007, 10:11 AM
pm sent!!