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Old November 22, 2009, 07:19 PM   #5
Sevens
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Loading and selling ammunition requires federal licenses and special liability insurance (unless the loader is foolish). Folks posting here mostly won't have those.
Three things I'd like to add, keeping what Unclenick said here in mind:

1) Most of the folks who hang out here could easily do that for you, except that it's not legal, as he said above

2) Point being, YOU could learn to do it also... you might even learn to love it, and the folks here would be glad to offer some help and suggestions on how to get there.

3) There's a guy who posts here on occasion who has the license and builds ammo for sale, I think his business is high volume police departments and training operations near his location. BUT... you might click him up and see if he'll do what you need, and what it costs, or if he has an opinion for where else you might go to get it done.
http://www.freakshowbullets.com/index.php

The only other suggestion beyond the simple web searches is to look for reloaders at public ranges and chat 'em up. As far as I know, it's not illegal for a hobbyist handloader to assemble ammunition from a bunch of components that you provide, and I would think if you were present, he could even let you yank the handle and then it would even be "official." Handloaders at public ranges are easy to spot... look for guys with chrono's, guys with all their ammo in plastic flip-top boxes and also look for guys that are chasing flung brass in every direction.
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