Why do you guys not understand this. :duh:Sales: Sales in CONUS are authorized for casings 50 caliber and under (to satisfy local/reloading
market/demand only). The appropriate sales method will be determined based on location, commodity
condition, etc. as well as any current, unique sales/scrap processing initiatives that may be in place. End
Use Certificates are required for these sales.
I don't see the fuss, the writing has been around for years, started in 1994, revised every few years after that. Ammo is still around, and at my walmart, there's 7000+ rounds of 5.56 federal sitting there collecting dust. I picked some more up today and some 9mm value packs...
well, its the second closest walmart to me, closest to my work, its in Hudson FL, on US 19, they are 39.95 a box, you can get it per box or per 400 round case. They have a TON, and keep getting more. It's a bit pricey, but since availability is an issue, i'll at least get a little at a time. The 9mm was 19.95 for 100 rounds, so that wasn't too bad at all.
Source: http://www.drms.dla.mil/publications/4160.14/section3/s3.pdf (Page 79)DEMIL: All expended small arms cartridge cases (50 caliber and under) are assigned DEMIL Code “E.”
Expended shotgun shell cases are assigned DEMIL Code “A.” Expended artillery cases are assigned
DEMIL Code “B.”