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  1. That shipment was most of 2 containers that Bob Bowman of Florida manged to get out of Ukraine a while back. The uproar there has pretty much shut down all shipments of 7.62x54r out of that country for the foreseeable future. SG probably had that ad up by mistake, a newer version of the ad had it for about $280 per crate, the old one was still visible to members when they posted the ammo. Both the ammo and the ad were gone very quickly, that shipment was the first to the US in over 2 years, none since. Unless something changes radically in the world, those prices are most likely gone for good. A lot of the old Comm-bloc countries sold out of this ammo several years ago, it's not available out of Russia since the Clinton years, anything that comes out of Ukraine will wind up in the middle east as they are paying 70 cents and up per round for it. There are a few other places that still have some, but bad logistics, political concerns, and supply and demand pretty much preclude the old prices being seen again.
  2. It has one, it's removable. He has a wife and young son, keeps the stick out for their convenience when entering and leaving the plane ...
  3. If they were going to install aftermarket general aviation avionics from Garmin and Dynon, they could have at least sprung for what this guy did in his RV-10 It's a Garmin G3X touchscreen system, by the way ...
  4. As long as you're using them for solvent traps, i.e. to catch waste fluids and debris when cleaning, you are good to go. Fire a round through them, different story ...
  5. Nice work, good luck with the sale.
  6. It was a good episode, but I thought they gave some plot points away throughout the show. Saw Sasha's ploy coming, as well as the Benedict Arnold move by the Dumpster Divers, still overall a good way to wind up the season.
  7. Crates, tins, boxes, ammo cans, loose, factory case packaging, etc. Generally, what ever container it arrived in ... The Soviet era stuff was packed to store for the ages ...
  8. I found a spent .556 blank casing on my classroom floor on the first day back after summer a couple of years ago. Seems the SWAT and LEO folks had conducted some hostage simulations drills there the week before, and missed this one when they policed their brass. The only reaction we had was a good laugh when I showed it to the SRO at the school. Subsequently, it sat on my desk for most of the year ....
  9. Tear it up, throw it away. Do the same with the followup letters, including those from the collection agency they sell the ticket to. They give up after a while.
  10. Now we have it, Jesus is officially gay ...
  11. Have him get in contact with somebody who does that routinely, like Simpsons, et. al. as quoted above.
  12. I agree that the shipping cost in the post I quoted above does sound unrealistically expensive, but from what I've gathered throughout the years, the other prices are typical, again depending on exactly where you are importing from. As for the dealers who bring them in by the thousands, they are normally already set up to do these types of importation by virtue of being bonded importers, with the right type of FFL license as well as ATF and customs credentials.
  13. Quoted from a similar thread on gunboards.com recently: " It's more than that Martin. It's whatever the cost of export permit. Shipping to and within the US, broker fees, excise tax and any other crating fees. I am at the start of this for myself for a gun from Sweden. My experience thus far: Export permit $86 Aluminum case $50 Shipping to US. $350 Broker fee - currently unknown Excise tax 3% total retail value of gun ~$25 shipping to Simpsons from port of entry (Chicago) $50 Import paperwork $200 for 1-5 firearms. Shipping to my location $50 Background check at local FFL $20 "
  14. You are going to need the services of dealer's who import arms as a specific part of their business. They will handle the business end of it, including customs duties and overseas contacts for a specified price. Be aware, it's not just US customs and the ATF you will be dealing with, other nations have their own set of rules and regulations regarding exports, these can vary from place to place, and often include export duties as well. It can be done, but it's going to be a much more expensive and time consuming process than a routine transfer between FFL's.
  15. Don't forget the concrete needed for the foundation. For a 24x40 slab, that will be another 9-10 yards. I always used 80 sq. ft for the amount of square footage that a yard would poor on a 4" slab, which allows for small differences in elevation and some waste. Figure about 21-22 yards to include a perimeter foundation of 1x2 ft. in addition to the slab. I always liked pouring on fill sand and gravel as a base, along with wire for reinforcement and plastic for a vapor barrier which will also figure into the totals. Admittedly I've been out of that line of work for many years, folks may have very different ideas about how slabs are poured these days. These estimates do not include anything for the cost of finishing, I have no idea what that runs now.

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