- Sep 30, 2013
Remember the old paper 12ga shells? The sealed end had a paper seal that had the shot size printed on it. The 00 buck just looked cool and bad ass back then. I'd like to get some of the brass ones but pretty expensive. IIrc they were used extensively in WW-1. Reminds me, I have to get out my old dough boy uniform to see if it still fits, lol.dang them bullets are like Buick parts !!! $$$
Ya know the old saying we had at Woodstock, "Don't trust anyone over 60"!yes I still have some paper ones LOL.. winchesters, red paper.. I was worried if they would even fire but they did , well I tried just one , not from my time I wasn't even born yet think they started using plastic in the 60's when KC87 was at Woodstock or something
Correct, but to ship in certain states it will, legally. Like I can buy ammo from out of state but it has to go to a FFL to pickup. And of course they aren't going to do it for nothing so you'll have to figure out cost per round as to just buying it locally from a dealer.434nova... Federal law does not require a license to sell, purchase, or possess ammunition....BUT
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Now if someone has some cash to fart around with this company makes some really unique stuff.I have a couple of the solid brass 12ga OO Buckshot , neat conversation piece