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 Dozen guns and thousands of rounds stolen south seattle 
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I hope he tries to put a ,45 round through a 9mm suppressor


Fri Sep 21, 2018 8:36 am
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given the number of firearms and the knowledge of the thief my theory is that the home owner was running a FFL business.


Fri Sep 21, 2018 8:38 am
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Don't you always have to be present to sign for ammo because it's a hazardous material?


The only time ammo is hazardous is when it is coming out of the barrel of a gun pointed at you. Or, when some asshole steals it off your porch after UPS delivers it.

You can pile up ammo, pour gasoline all over it, light it on fire, and when it cooks off, an average fireman's gear will stop any shell case impacts.

SAAMI did a number of drop, crush, and burn tests on ammo in boxes, crates, and even full pallets of ammo in trucks. Semi truck trailer, even on fire, offered full containment of cooking off ammo.

Almost impossible to get ammo to do anything other than give you a scratch and burn when a hot shell casing hit you if you were wearing a t-shirt, and standing within 20 feet of the fire.


I meant in the eyes of the USPS and other carriers. Last time I had ammo delivered the package was marked 1.4 Explosive and I absolutely had to be present in person to sign for it. Is that not the case all the time? I don't usually buy ammo online


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PMC wrote:
I meant in the eyes of the USPS and other carriers. Last time I had ammo delivered the package was marked 1.4 Explosive and I absolutely had to be present in person to sign for it. Is that not the case all the time? I don't usually buy ammo online


You can't ship ammo via USPS.

As for UPS and FedEx, ammo is not considered hazmat. They mark it ORM-D, which is a different category.

And no, you are not generally required to sign for it.

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Ground shipping only.

UPS and Fedex do most ammunition shipping for commercial purchases in the US.

USPS does not ship ammo.

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jorgeu wrote:
given the number of firearms and the knowledge of the thief my theory is that the home owner was running a FFL business.

I checked ATF's list of FFLs and there are no licensees with a premise address on the 4000 block of 14th Ave S in Seattle. But that's a small collection anyway...not exactly indicative of a dealer's inventory.


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jorgeu wrote:
given the number of firearms and the knowledge of the thief my theory is that the home owner was running a FFL business.

I checked ATF's list of FFLs and there are no licensees with a premise address on the 4000 block of 14th Ave S in Seattle. But that's a small collection anyway...not exactly indicative of a dealer's inventory.

Sounded more like a waguns starter kit.
1639 & 594 would have prevented this. :rofl9:

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jorgeu wrote:
given the number of firearms and the knowledge of the thief my theory is that the home owner was running a FFL business.

Dude, that is a starter set less the suppressors. And I hope he puts a 45 through the 9mm. I hope his Friends stand real close to watch or he does it in a car.


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