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Reloding equipment question from far far away land

Z*jtan said: Hi folks on the gunnutz forum. First of, English, American, or Canadian, sorry to say that neither is my spoken language, so my English will be filled with spelling errors, and grammar mistcakes <-- phun inteended... Hopefully, it isnt on the edge of so bad that i cant make myself understood. My name is Ted and i have registerd here to see if i might be able to get some answers to a couple of what im guessing is fairly easy questions for people on this forum. Ive been whats comonly known among my friends, that i think we can translate to "Huntard" ( hunter + idiot ) for some years now. Me and some friends have come to the conclusion that speending days on a shooting range trying to put small parts of copper and lead into papper with dots on and occasionaly a fox or fawn ( think they are called fawn for you folks ). Is on the side of the most life qualety money can buy. Thing is thou, that the amount of shooting we do, is expensive. So the thoughts on starting to reload for our selvs is now here. Well it was here a couple of years ago, but now it must happen. Thus comes another problem. The equipment choosen ( hornady ) is here in Sweden priced with a fork dipped in ink compared to midwayusa where i was trying to order from. But they wont send to me, they did charge my visa 400$ thou and then said no, so thanx for that midway. With the answer that i had to order from "midwaysweden"... Yes, the ones with the forks on the desk... Questions is thus. Does midwayusa send to canada ? or/and Is there a canadian "alike" similar to midway in canada ? Asking because one of my huntard friends has a girlfriend ( im still belliving that the girl is a coverup, hes most defenently gay ) whos brother live in Canada. Thinking that he could make the order and the just send it to us here. Hoping to get some answers from you nice folks here to help a fellow hunting brother out. Best regards from Sweden. Ted p.s bring me one of thoose canadian elks and ill ship you my first born son. p.s-2 registering on this forum was a pain in the A*s ! Prime ministers last names first letter. The Ottawa NHL teams name in one word ? the provincial name of the ON say what ? Thank you lord for google so that huntards that doesnt watsh hockey when they can shoot at papper can google things like this. cp:

B*omer said: Midway USA will not ship to Canada. Sinclair International and Brownells ship to Canada, but not everything in their catalogs is exportable, and not every manufacturer of the products they sell has an state department export permit. The closest thing we have in Canada I suppose is Higginson Powder. Cabelas, Wholesale Sports, and Epps are our largest mail order outlets.

c*ustic said: also Grouse river

Dm*y said: Other options to try, whether shipping to Canada, or directly to yourself, would be Cabelas and Natchez Shooter Supply. Both are big-box stores who would likely have most of what you require.

j*st having some fun said: contact the sales people at h ttp://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/ and see if they will send to your area

b*n hunchak said: I agree, Midsouth shooters supply in the USA, or Grafs, or Natchez Shooter's supply in the USA ship to Canada and maybe even Sweden....they can ship reloading equipment including presses, dies etc. just not components like powder, bullets, cases, primers.

Sc*r270 said: Check into the availability and costs of components in your area before you order up equipment. I've talked to guys in sweden, who say reloading doesn't pay because of the cost of components there. So unless you can find a source for powder, primers and bullets, either locally or overseas, that can ship to you, and do so at a reasonable price, you probably don't want to invest in reloading equipment. Best of luck.

3m*cs1 said: We buy from these guys all the time. Their shipping is expensive but they are one of the few that will ship worldwide precisionreloading.com

s*il32 said: Lee Precision ships to Canada and I would think they would ship to Sweden. They had a 15% out of country charge. Call them and ask.

P*thfinder said: You can order from Forster directly...they make top notch stuff.

B*gUglyMan said: Does midwayusa send to canada ? Nope, their dinks to us. Is there a canadian "alike" similar to midway in canada ? Wholesale Sports and Cabelas are the big retailers. A great source of reloading gear is P&D Enterprises in Edmonton. Send them an email or a phone call. Asking because one of my huntard friends has a girlfriend ( im still belliving that the girl is a coverup, hes most defenently gay ) whos brother live in Canada. Thinking that he could make the order and the just send it to us here. Yup...gay guy's girlfriend's brother can but you stuff and mail it over, unless you Swedes don't allow import of such stuff. p.s bring me one of thoose canadian elks and ill ship you my first born son. Send me a Swedish nanny and we'll call it even. p.s-2 registering on this forum was a pain in the A*s ! Prime ministers last names first letter. The Ottawa NHL teams name in one word ? the provincial name of the ON say what ? Obviously we need more strenuous controls to keep the Swedes at bay!

Z*jtan said: Alot of answers, here, thanx alot in advance. Will try to go thru them to see what we can confirm here. Boomer: Typical, to bad thou, pricing on midway is among the best ive found so far, Sinclair International and Brownells prices are they in Canadian dolalr or Us ? caustic: ok, thnx. Dmay: looking into it ! just having some fun: will try to look into them aswell. ben hunchak: will defenently look into them. Scar270: Belive me, have been looking into it for some time now, and "yes" prices are "high" and if you compare to your prices they are insane. But even if price per reload = store bought. The precision differs. 3macs1: Check !!! sail32: ok, well 15% compared to prices over here probably still makes it alot cheaper, will have to look into it some moore thou. Pathfinder: looked at their homepage quickly. Didnt look "cheap" thou. althou qualety looke nice. BigUglyMan: will my sister do ? "at bay" ebay ?

j*thunter said: My Grandfather came from Falun area in Sweden. Your English is just fine. There is no Midway Canada like there is Midway Sweden. Midway won't ship to Canada at all. Midway doesn't like Canada because Midway got in trouble for shipping restricted items to Canada many years ago, and Midway blames Canada for their mistake. Lee Factory sales, Sinclair International, and Midsouth Shooters Supply will ship reloading tools. Export license is needed to ship brass, bullets, primers, and powder outside USA. Sinclair International will apply for export license for shipping brass and bullets to you. They charge some extra $$ for this service. You probably have to buy powder and primers locally, I don't think any retailer will send it to you across international borders.

P*thfinder said: Pathfinder: looked at their homepage quickly. Didnt look "cheap" thou. althou qualety looke nice. No it isnt' cheap but neither is replacing junk gear...especially if you have to get it sent to Sweden again.

*TOM said: Välkommen! I know little ('nothing' would be more accurate) about your situation in Sweden, but one thing to consider is compatibility. For instance, regardless of how expensive the stuff is, are North American sized primers available? If not, you may have to figure out how to adapt NA reloading gear. Is Swedish ammo Boxer or Berdan primed? If the latter, it's something that our equipment is unsuited for and you will need to get some special equipment. The other option would be to import Boxer-primed brass and Boxer primers. Swedish dies may be a different thread size than NA ones, so you might be stuck having to import any dies you subsequently decide to buy. Again, all just speculation, but you might want to do some research before investing large amounts of money. BTW - your English is fine; better than some of the Canadians on this forum. It's certainly better than my Swedish.

Z*jtan said: My Grandfather came from Falun area in Sweden. Your English is just fine. There is no Midway Canada like there is Midway Sweden. Midway won't ship to Canada at all. Midway doesn't like Canada because Midway got in trouble for shipping restricted items to Canada many years ago, and Midway blames Canada for their mistake. Lee Factory sales, Sinclair International, and Midsouth Shooters Supply will ship reloading tools. Export license is needed to ship brass, bullets, primers, and powder outside USA. Sinclair International will apply for export license for shipping brass and bullets to you. They charge some extra $$ for this service. You probably have to buy powder and primers locally, I don't think any retailer will send it to you across international borders. Nice, i know wery well where Falun is, Not to hard to know, sweden is a small country. And Falun beeing a mid/awerage sized city. I have been looking at lee equipment but there is something with it that i dont like, dont know what it is, just dont like it :confused: Depending on what cost the export license is, im still guessing it would be worth it. Cant be "to bad" after all, its still just small pellets of copper, powder might be harder so im kinda sure ill buy that at home. Välkommen! I know little ('nothing' would be more accurate) about your situation in Sweden, but one thing to consider is compatibility. For instance, regardless of how expensive the stuff is, are North American sized primers available? If not, you may have to figure out how to adapt NA reloading gear. Is Swedish ammo Boxer or Berdan primed? If the latter, it's something that our equipment is unsuited for and you will need to get some special equipment. The other option would be to import Boxer-primed brass and Boxer primers. Swedish dies may be a different thread size than NA ones, so you might be stuck having to import any dies you subsequently decide to buy. Again, all just speculation, but you might want to do some research before investing large amounts of money. BTW - your English is fine; better than some of the Canadians on this forum. It's certainly better than my Swedish. Tackar !. Hmm, havent even remotly considerd compatibility issues, But im thinking/guessing that the press itself wouldnt become any problem, thou bullets etc might be. Still, buying some bullets to try/test isnt a big cost even if it doesnt work, ill make makrell tackle or something out of them in that case. Still, with alot of companys "not sending" to europe, or pointing at a retailer of their products already here. Im kinda sure that be most easy way to get it sent to me is by finding a connection located in the us that could make the order, and then ship it to Sweden. Might cost some extra for the trouble but s**t, its probably most defenently worth it. For comparision,The Hornady kit ive decided to "try" to get is on midways roughly 260$ Cheapest kit in sweden comes at 3995 Sek, 7 sek = 1$ 3995/7=570.ish. 570-260=310$ difference. In other words, i can buy 2 kits from midway for the price of one in Sweden , And some bullets and still come out cheaper then Sweden. And the price sample here is the cheapest one ive found here... Second cheapest is at 710$. Pathfinder: true. But even if something in this kit breaks, it will probably not happen in the first years considering the amounts i will be loading, and if it does, so be it. And also, every kit i have been reading about there is always one part in "this" kit that is bad compared to the same part in another kit, so im already kinda a planing that things will be switshed out as time goes. Looking back in the middle of this post, regarding my comment on trying to find someone that could make the order inside US and then just shipping it forward to me. Anyone here that might could consider helping a fellow gunjunki out abit. Ofcourse some kind of compensation for your effort is at hand, maybe a box of bullets or similar that you need. And yes, if someone feels the christmas spirit to help a brother out, and i feel comfortable with the one helping me, and maybe some people that can put in a good word for him/her helping me ill send money first so you are safe on the part of not getting scammed. In other words, no money at stake for you. Cheers from Sweden. Ted

th*baron said: Hi Ted, Have you tried any of the site sponsors here? They are all friendly to deal with. Especially Budget Shooter Supply, Henry is very friendly and helpful and may be willing to help you, he is a Hornady dealer. Although, he will be closed from Dec18th until January 2nd. http://www.budgetshootersupply.ca/ Also, http://www.reloaders.ca is another site sponsor and they have a large reloading inventory. All of our site sponsors are easy to deal with by email compared to some of the larger big box stores and most of the time you are dealing direct with the owners and they will be very knowledgeable about their shipping policies and what they can and can not do for you. Cheers, thebaron

Z*jtan said: Hi Ted, Have you tried any of the site sponsors here? They are all friendly to deal with. Especially Budget Shooter Supply, Henry is very friendly and helpful and may be willing to help you, he is a Hornady dealer. Although, he will be closed from Dec18th until January 2nd. http://www.budgetshootersupply.ca/ Also, http://www.reloaders.ca is another site sponsor and they have a large reloading inventory. All of our site sponsors are easy to deal with by email compared to some of the larger big box stores and most of the time you are dealing direct with the owners and they will be very knowledgeable about their shipping policies and what they can and can not do for you. Cheers, thebaron Thank you for that tip Baron, i will look into them closer this evening.

*jayofcanada said: Midway USA will not ship to Canada.Sinclair International and Brownells ship to Canada Correct me if I'm wrong, but somewhere in a Brownells order amongst all the paperwork, isn't their a form with the name of whoever ordered the stuff,and it states they will be the end user of such gun parts?

Z*jtan said: Correct me if I'm wrong, but somewhere in a Brownells order amongst all the paperwork, isn't their a form with the name of whoever ordered the stuff,and it states they will be the end user of such gun parts? im clueless on the matter, but if that is so, that should meen that you cant buy it as a lets say christmas gift to someone, since you are not going to be the end user ?. Sounds a little "weird". I can see the point in this if the items where lets say gun powder and bullets maybe, but for "tools". As said, i have no clue. But hopefully someone have,

n*tsorichguy said: Correct me if I'm wrong, but somewhere in a Brownells order amongst all the paperwork, isn't their a form with the name of whoever ordered the stuff,and it states they will be the end user of such gun parts? Yes there is. But that is for 'gun parts' and gun parts alone. There are no regulations on reloading tools, or any tools for that matter. If they did regulate tool export, then every single wrench, socket and jack stand made by Snap-on, Mac, or Cromwell would have to be controlled and tracked.

bl*rgon said: im clueless on the matter, but if that is so, that should meen that you cant buy it as a lets say christmas gift to someone, since you are not going to be the end user ?. Sounds a little "weird". I can see the point in this if the items where lets say gun powder and bullets maybe, but for "tools". As said, i have no clue. But hopefully someone have, You've got some of the best powder and bullets right in Sweden... http://www.norma.cc/sv/Produkter/Komponenter/ RCBS has decent equipment. Try their distibutors in Sweden... http://www.rcbs.com/international.aspx#4 Wholesale Sports and Cabelas are the big retailers. A great source of reloading gear is P&D Enterprises in Edmonton. Send them an email or a phone call. P&D and Wholesale do not ship Internationally. Cabelas.ca doesn't specify either way.

X-m*n said: Graf & Sons will also ship internationally. www. grafs.com (Just remove the space after triple w) I've got a big order on the way from them right now. They ship via FedEx, but if you call, they may ship via USPS if you ask. They did so for me. Just depends on how fast you want your stuff.

j*thunter said: im clueless on the matter, but if that is so, that should meen that you cant buy it as a lets say christmas gift to someone, since you are not going to be the end user ?. Sounds a little "weird". I can see the point in this if the items where lets say gun powder and bullets maybe, but for "tools". As said, i have no clue. But hopefully someone have, The end user thing is there for restricted-export articles. It does not apply to non-restricted articles.

j*thunter said: Ted, let me know what reloading tools you want, I will find out what it cost to buy it here and ship it to Sweden for you. There is no restriction on sending reloading equipment out of Canada. Send me a private message with the info. If you look on www.ebay.ca (not ebay.com) there is a lot of new reloading stuff. Most of those sellers are in the USA and will ship anywhere in the world, the prices are not bad. Have look - it might be better price to buy there and ship direct from USA to Sweden than to buy in Canada and ship to Sweden. I have used LEE tools for years. I like their dies very much, better than most. The LEE cast iron press is very good quality. The RCBS Rockchucker is excellent quality. The RCBS reloading kits are good quality for the price, and so are the LEE kits. All the commercial Swedish ammo that I have used is boxer primed just like north american ammuntion is. The reloading tools will work fine.

Z*jtan said: Thanx for the answer, ill send you a pm shortly. Also thanx to "Henry Nierychlo" for the info in the pm i got from you, that i cant answer, your settings doesnt allow you to recive pm's.

glyc*rin said: Bullets(projectiles) are probably your most expensive component, so if you have access to cheap lead(Pb), and space and time for another hobby, casting is an alternative. For my 11,15X60R mauser, 385 grains(25gram) of lead and 14 grains(0.9gram) of a shotgun powder. Fun and inexpensive. Be safe

rnbr*-shooter said: Ted/Zetjan: just had to say that I love the "Huntard" label!! I'm more of a "shootard" myself but I have quite a few of my good friends are huntards. Are you looking for reloading tools (for example press, dies, scales), or are you looking for reloading components (powder, brass, bullets, primers)?

H*nry Nierychlo said: Thanx for the answer, ill send you a pm shortly. Also thanx to "Henry Nierychlo" for the info in the pm i got from you, that i cant answer, your settings doesnt allow you to recive pm's. Your welcome! Regards, Henry

Z*jtan said: Yes, the "huntard" nickname is kinda funny =), translated "word by word" the translation gets moore like "hunting idiot" but when put into one word, "huntard" is moore accurate, and we looove accuracy in here ! =D Im almost only interested in the equipment needed to begin with, or atleast untill i can find a doable way of getting bras, bullets and maybe moore shipped here. Althou im guessing powder and primers might be a huge "will never happen". Brass will probably not be a problem for now, having around 600 one shot brass in the closet. Cant see the problem for customs to allow bullets to be sent, i meen, its copper... in small pieces.... Edit: And now for something completly diffrent !. Just for fun, and to annoy the shit out of myself... The main caliber i will be reloading is .308 for my Remington LTR ( love it on a side note ). And after been out hunting this moorning with my baby, i rememberd that i forgot to check what it costs on the other side of the lake. And made myself sad panda.. First page google found in US that had it 980$ http://www.impactguns.com/remington-700-ltr-308-light-tactical-rifle-5739-047700257396.aspx What i paid here, oh not so much moore, just a measly 1980 ish $...

th*mp_rrr said: Yes there is. But that is for 'gun parts' and gun parts alone. There are no regulations on reloading tools, or any tools for that matter. If they did regulate tool export, then every single wrench, socket and jack stand made by Snap-on, Mac, or Cromwell would have to be controlled and tracked. The end user thing is there for restricted-export articles. It does not apply to non-restricted articles. Unfortunately this is not completely correct. Automated reloading equipment is ITAR regulated. Here is an example of this. http://www.giraudtool.com/annealer1.htm

Z*jtan said: Dont think in this case that this would become a problem for me.

3m*cs1 said: [QUOTE=thump_rrr;6520736]Unfortunately this is not completely correct. Automated reloading equipment is ITAR regulated. Nor is all automated reloading equipment.I went through this with one of my progressive presses. As long as the automation is still controlled by hand or foot and the end product is for personnel use is not regulated. That is what I was told at the time .Example are hydraulic reloaders.