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    Clearing off the bench. First price is cabelas, second price is mine. I知 in Palmer can meet evenings.

    Fed 215 Large Rifle Magnum, 4 boxes of 1000. $50 now $35 each

    Fed 215M Large Rifle Magnum Match primers, 1000. $50 now $35

    Win WLP pistol primers, 1000. $35 now $25

    Cci 400 small rifle primers, 3 boxes of 1000, $33 now $20 each

    Cci 200 large rifle primers, 2 boxes of 1000. $33 now $20

    Rem 7 1/2 small rifle benchrest. 2 boxes total 1900. $60 now $40 for both

    Cci BR4 small rifle benchrest. 1100 total. $65 now $40

    Reloader 7, 3 lbs sealed. $28 now $20. Great for lever guns, 35 cal, big bores.

    Win 296 pistol. 2 lbs. $26 now $18.

    Will be driving through Canada this winter, just making sure I知 under the limits.

    Text me at 406-261-6499, thanks


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    Clearing off the bench. First price is cabelas, second price is mine. I知 in Palmer can meet evenings.

    Fed 215 Large Rifle Magnum, 4 boxes of 1000. $50 now $35 each

    Fed 215M Large Rifle Magnum Match primers, 1000. $50 now $35

    Cci 400 small rifle primers, 3 boxes of 1000, $33 now $20 each

    Cci 200 large rifle primers, 1 box of 1000. $33 now $20

    Rem 7 1/2 small rifle benchrest. 2 boxes total 1900. $60 now $40 for both

    Cci BR4 small rifle benchrest. 1100 total. $65 now $40

    Reloader 7, 3 lbs sealed. $28 now $20. Great for lever guns, 35 cal, big bores.

    Will be driving through Canada this winter, just making sure I知 under the limits.

    Text me at 406-261-6499, thanks





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    Clearing off the bench. First price is cabelas, second price is mine. I知 in Palmer can meet evenings.


    Cci 400 small rifle primers, 3 boxes of 1000, $33 now $20 each

    Cci 200 large rifle primers, 1 box of 1000. $33 now $20

    Rem 7 1/2 small rifle benchrest. 2 boxes total 1900. $60 now $40 for both

    Cci BR4 small rifle benchrest. 1100 total. $65 now $40

    Reloader 7, 3 lbs sealed. $28 now $20. Great for lever guns, 35 cal, big bores.

    Will be driving through Canada this winter, just making sure I知 under the limits.

    Text me at 406-261-6499, thanks





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    Clearing off the bench. First price is cabelas, second price is mine. I知 in Palmer can meet evenings.


    Cci 400 small rifle primers, 3 boxes of 1000, $33 now $20 each

    Cci 200 large rifle primers, 1 box of 1000. $33 now $20

    Cci BR4 small rifle benchrest. 1100 total. $65 now $40

    Reloader 7, 3 lbs sealed. $28 now $20. Great for lever guns, 35 cal, big bores.

    Will be driving through Canada this winter, just making sure I知 under the limits.

    Text me at 406-261-6499, thanks





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    I will be driving through Canada also, what is a reliable source of info for ammo and reloading component limits for driving? Please call 354 4476 or email me at shack@twinviewfarm.com Thank you! Sorry, I don't text.

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    Call the Canadian Border folks. They will give you the facts on what you can cross with. Last time I went through the limits were fairly generous. IIRC it was 5000 rds loaded ammo 8 kilos of powder and I think it was either 4000 or 5000 primers. But call to make sure you get the real limits.

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    I have called/emailed every number listed for Canadian Customs, Border authorities and RCMP. I even tried calling the Canadian Embassy in Anchorage. I get nothing but recorded messages on the phones, or a canned response to emails telling me to preface any email with "Request for specific information" and get a canned response telling me to preface all emails with "Request for specific information, it's like Canada has closed or I'm watching Groundhog Day. I have heard allowed amounts of ammunition is 5,000 rounds per ? person, vehicle, group? I don't want to get to Beaver Creek and have stuff confiscated or, worse yet, become the child bride of Bubba. If anyone has accurate recent specific info about restricted or limited amounts of loaded small arms ammunition, reloading components like brass, bullets, powder and primers, please post here or PM me. I'm sure others may find the info useful. I don't think Canadian authorities would accept a word of mouth statement from your second cousins' next door neighbor that they hauled 23 trillion rounds through Canada. Sorry for venting, I am very frustrated with communications in general and Canadian communications in particular. If you have any contact info for Canadian authorities, who will answer their phone, or respond in person, please let me know. I would certainly appreciate the info.
    TIA Shack

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    Here is the site that I go to to get the current rules for transporting ammo and such through Canada.
    https://wwwnrcan.gc.ca then go to explosives/importation/9907
    I print this this before going to the lower 48. It has worked for me for the last several years.

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    When we were moving all our stuff up from the lower 48 a couple of years ago it was much like rbuck351 stated:
    Max of:
    5000 rounds of ammo
    5000 pieces of brass (I primed a lot of my brass as I had LOTS of primers)
    5000 primers
    and his 8 Kilos of powder sounds right (a little over 17#)
    Per person.

    You can get a permit to carry more; we never did.
    We always told BP right away that we had the above with us. We only had guns once and we got lots of questions about why we had ammo stuff and no guns.
    Canada BP were always nice to us.

    Edit: I could find no information on reloading bullets through Canada. I USPS flat rate all my reloading bullets during the move. A large box could take up to 70#. The "mail man" didn't smile when I picked the boxes up.

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