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Just won an eBay auction for a shotshell reloader.

#1 Post by ADB » Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:46 am

Managed to get a Lee Load-All II, in working order with all the bits and the automatic primer feeder, for $40 shipped. This is my self-treat for getting my tax refund. Can't afford a new gun, but at least I can feed one of the ones I have. :D

Anyway, I'm looking at getting 10 pounds of steel shot (I only fire steel, for environmental reasons) for $27 shipped, and some shot shell primers and powder from a local place. If anyone has additional thoughts they wanted to share, they'd be most welcome.

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#2 Post by MetalSlugIV » Sat Apr 23, 2011 9:32 am

I thought e-bay frowned on anything gun-related. Is reloading equipment somehow exempt from their bullshit policies?
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#3 Post by Simmer down » Sat Apr 23, 2011 10:49 am

MetalSlugIV wrote:I thought e-bay frowned on anything gun-related. Is reloading equipment somehow exempt from their bullshit policies?
They have a ton of stuff except guns, barrels, frames.

Allowed: sights, grips, small parts, holsters, reloading, misc. I picked up a lot of odd stuff over the years for a song.
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#4 Post by axel » Sun Mar 11, 2012 11:23 am

I've seen plenty of barrels on ebay, so I'm sure they're allowed. I think the only thing you can't get are the parts you'd need an FFL for.
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#5 Post by Ultravox » Sun Mar 11, 2012 1:33 pm

eBay recently changed their gun policy. All kinds of stuff is okay now.

I think axel is right - no FFL stuff. And no ammo.
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