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  1. Is smokeless powder designed for use in small arms ammunition subject to the explosives storage requirements? Español Smokeless powders designed for use in small arms ammunition are exempt from regulation under 18 U.S.C. Chapter 40 and the regulations in 27 CFR Part 555. Packaging that readily identifies the smokeless powder as being designed for use in small arms ammunition may help in determining whether it is entitled to the exemption. Smokeless powder designed for use other than in small arms ammunition, and explosive products such as squibs, fireworks, theatrical special effects, or other articles that may contain smokeless powders, are regulated and must be stored pursuant to the regulations at 27 CFR 555, Subpart K – Storage. It should be noted that persons engaged in the business of importing or manufacturing smokeless powder designed for any use must have a Federal explosives license. Further, importers of smokeless powder designed for use in small arms ammunition must also possess an ATF firearms importers license (Type 08 or 11); must register with ATF under the provisions of the Arms Export Control Act; and must submit (to ATF) and receive an approved ATF Form 6 – part I (5330.3A), Application and Permit for Importation of Firearms Ammunition and Implements of War. Last Reviewed October 4, 2018 pasted from aft.gov thats all I need to read on this. It’s in the faq and they can’t expect anyone reading faq to look up a regulation. No limit
  2. Atomic Tactical makes 112 grain subsonic 223 that cycles on YouTube. Expensive. Rifle length 1:7 barrels appear to lower keyhole frequency. Wild ballistic gelatin results adjustable gas won’t increase pressure vs good non adjustable. But yes I’ll be using from the other setup before wasting more $ then I need. Using superlative armsGB, faxon LW bcg and yellow to white springco. Assuming changing to pistol length gas port is better option - access to higher pressure and +1” dwell time in the 10.5”. can only find in 1:7 twist which isn’t preferred, Trying to do pistol barrel length 5.7x28 to under with various bullets- varmint to slower 62 grain plinker. Powder option right now limited to 5744, maybe try H4895. I’ve never used fillers and don’t need with 5744 but may need to look into fillers on some powders figured someone here was casting 223 and had been down this path.
  3. I’ll go ahead and answer the question…. because it’s there and don’t want to pick up another caliber Anyone around here ever go down this road? Not looking for subsonic, that an’t going to happen and I can borrow wife’s bolt action 223 if I want single pew. Before I ream gas port on decent 12.5” carbine length I think I’m going to pick up cheap pistol length gas port 10.5”, seems like the better option
  4. ohell

    30 Super Carry

    Kudos to the ole American consumer marketing wank trick. The toys are us and we don’t even know.
  5. Greetings and salutations! Have you learned how to pronounce Lebanon yet?
  6. Sealed container with desiccant pack. I store most of mine disassembled. It never gets any cheaper, purchased for pew pew when I had extra funds. Live in newer house with lots of light = poor defense position. Really only need a battle pack that can be carried and luck I’ll find it laying around. If you have property you better store some in the ground or sealed in wall so you might have it after some random person you for color of your shoes or a post online with perception you’re building an arsenal. My glass is always half full.
  7. Make a fun project with a 80% lower until you find seller agreeable to transfer under federal age or can ffl purchase. No way you suggest someone purchase firearm to find out they don’t like it offer to sell to you. If someone had to look short term ownership could look like straw purchase. Proving is another story, but the punishment is in the process.
  8. I’d think you would be better off with a faster powder in a fixed barrel blowback action pistol. Not clays or #2 fast but titegroup to #5 range.
  9. What’s your barrel length? Adding a 185 grain load chart I’ve referenced for 460 Rowland. I’ve got other 45 super referencing 9.5 grains unique in upper end of 45 super pressure range. At super and Rowland levels I usually find power pistol to achieve highest velocity followed by long shot. The few references I have for cfe pistol show it’s achieving good velocity but I’ve never used. adding because you’re getting up there with pressure using unique from references I use. May be wise choice to change powder. I’ve found and most 45super/Rowland forums report standard 45 acp brass will take super pressure levels as long as slide/barrel timing is kept in check.
  10. i’m a longshot fan for 6”+ barrel, titegroup for <5” barrel length on jacketed bullets. Both friendly to 45 super level.
  11. Greetings & salutations. We’ll let you peek into TN freedom from your CA fiber window.
  12. Hi Chris. welcome I’ll scoot over and make room for a Mississippian any day. We have lots of common ground. TN, MS, FL and TX all use the mocking bird for the state bird. Useless knowledge from back when schools made students memorize stuff about our country
  13. Similar budget but caliber use is 556 I dropped to 1-6 and spent $535 total on vortex viper pst and couldn’t be happier. I was able to compare to primary arms and enough difference to go down to 6x for vortex. I suspect a true 1x doesn’t matter to much for your application. Reticle difference from the scopes you mentioned If you haven’t run across C_Does on YouTube check out his reviews.
  14. Welcome. It’s nice on the east side Kamala was hanging out with Gavin and said “everyone has to vote.” You may want to take her up on the opportunity or at least check to confirm someone didn’t vote for ya
  15. So far I saw internet YouTube’r claiming primer shortage will be affected. I can remember when I purchased primers not made in USA. I assume wolf brand is one but don’t see who else JSC makes primers for. the hitchhikers guide to the galaxy taught a me a few things. Two that apply on this forum are: 1. Make it totally clear that this gun has a right end and a wrong end. Make it totally clear to anyone standing at the wrong end that things are going badly for them. If that means sticking all sort of spikes and prongs and blackened bits all over it then so be it. This is not a gun for hanging over the fireplace or sticking in the umbrella stand, it is a gun for going out and making people miserable with 2. DON’T PANIC
  16. When trump was going to impose sanctions I spent a month’s salary on Tula. They’ve been at it for years. Our government bought a lot of Russian ammo to train with. Since we just armed the Middle East with ar’s no need to cross train. Move on with sanctions would be the next step
  17. What? You’re over there in that rich county and carry a G17. Way too much info already Link that vpn from and get to posting. welcome. Lots of tn specific firearm info posts on here. Some even pop up in a google search. Yea, I’ll use google for pro2a purposes.
  18. Hello from the midlands of TN. If there’s an acceptable place to learn something on the internet it would be from here. Be cautious everywhere else!
  19. I’m not there. Nothing is inexpensive. Heck, they’ve managed to make dying an expensive event. Those other hobbies an’t cheap either. If it doesn’t bring you joy, spend money and time elsewhere. cheap fun & challenging, try a simpleshot scout till primers make it back to reasonable prices
  20. Welcome. I need to get further east. How did those insane over lords get to rule the roost out there in LA?
  21. It’s a fun piece. cdnn has some if you have a cheap transfer location. You’re responsible for your own tn tax through them. At a good today price. Keltec is not friendly on second hand sale warranty request and zero parts for these right now.
  22. Well if you’re going to confession might as well get the 22tcm9r blouse for it before you get there.

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