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Its kinda STUPID that they would buy these million dollar machines and not think its going to break down sooner or later,(wear and tear) and not have 1 or 2 trained technicians.they flew a technician in from California for 10 minutes of work.
correct me if I'm wrong but your costs do not include the cost of the brass nor the reloading equipment and is strictly based on powder, primer and bullet, right?
So I bought my first 308 rifle. And seeing the cost of ammo retail, I am thinking hard about starting to reload my own ammo.
Though I need some help with being pointed in the right direction since I have absolutely NO idea where to start!
What I would like to know is:
1. What are the necessary tools I need
2. Where is the best place I can get them?
3. I live in an apartment, but my buddy is willing to let me use their garage to set up a proper workstation. Is that necessary? Or am I ok with using a small space at home. I understand there are safety precautions I need to be aware of.
4. Is going through all this worth it? $1.50 per round of 308. Is telling me hell yes right now
Any help would be much appreciated!
If you have more than 5 that can't be transported in a gun case:
1) If you have a physical address, mail your long guns to yourself
2) ship them in a shipping container
A lot of people blame God for the bad things that happen in life, and many use it as an excuse to say that there is no God because "how could a God let such and such happen"..... Well, it is in scripture that God gave man free will, and as such the free will of evil men effects us all. We all live by these rules, and I do not think God wants us to waste our lives living under the free will of evil men. It is the free will of good that must protect all from the free will of evil. JMHO
Interesting, I will talk to my attorney about putting my sons name on the trust.
To the best of my knowledge, If the son was a trustee, ownership is still the Trust.
Than transfers are not required.
HRS134-2 was written based on the average Joe.Thats where the lawyer comes into writing a good Trust .
Your son will bring in your Death Certificate and the whole collection of firearms to HPD.
Rifles and pistols.
Rifle are easy as for pistols they will examine the pistol (S/N, Cal, etc) do all the paper work.....wait 2 weeks then retrieve the white copy of the registration receipt.
No need to take the pistol back to HPD.
Yes I have done the process before.
Thanks!! I really appreciate the info. I just waited 2 weeks for nothing, aaahhhh!!!! I'm Such a dummass!!