I have a few friends.. or rather, acquaintances at work who have been buying silver, and when they can, gold.
Now, I read about how America might be headed for a pretty nasty time with our debt, but, wouldn't you rather buy ammo, or food, rather than precious metals?
I have about 80 brass's from my K31 which I kept with the thought of reloading some day. It looks like I might be selling the gun so IDK what to do with these things. Is there any way they can be used for a different rifle (I've seen some pretty major alterations to brasses on youtube)? BTW...
see www.govliquidation.com search under michigan
this bras is located at grayling mich.
31,332 lbs 7.62
50,046 lbs .50cal
37,182 lbs 5.56
starting bids at 150$
now that is cheep
just have to have a semi to transport it all
they also have 45,000 lbs of wc872&wc867 powder for large cal...
This is a copy of my recent correspondence to Congressional staffers involved in an investigation where a Congressional committee ordered DOD to halt the destruction of brass. :(
"I am an Army Reservist stationed at Fort Jackson, SC
This week I was required to take the Fort Jackson Ammunition...
Does anybody know how brass cartrdiges are made? What kind of machinery do you need for that? Would it possible for a private individual to own the tools/machinery to fabricate your own brass cartridges?
I just saw this warning on Leverguns.com and thought I would share it with the forum since we have so many reloaders. I cannot vouch for the accuracy, but I feel that the warning is worth sharing.
It was posted on May 18, 2009 so it is pretty recent...