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  • Bullet case Lanyard beads

    I only have 38's at the moment but will have a few more caliber's soon.

    Beads are $8.00 each will be made to order once these are sold.

    Standard post pack is $3.50
    Express is $12.00

    Pick up ok if you are in Perth.

    Payment by EFT only

    Richard
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    Inside every old man is a young man wondering what the hell happened.




    Pictures of knives I have made/worked on.
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  • #2
    Hi, still have quite a few 38's plus two 9mm (1 Sold) I also have a few 40's and one 357 (sold) I need to make up.

    Richard
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    Tinbasher
    Knifemaker
    Last edited by Tinbasher; 08-06-2019, 19:26.
    Inside every old man is a young man wondering what the hell happened.




    Pictures of knives I have made/worked on.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tinbasher View Post
      Hi, still have quite a few 38's plus two 9mm I also have a few 40's and one 357 I need to make up.

      Richard
      PM sent

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      • #4
        I am really anticipating my .357mag ones, from the pics Richard sent me they look great.
        wave man AKA Dean
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        "I will never make excuses for who I am. It's the way I was born. I am a Hunter a Bone Collector."
        "A gun, like any source of power is a force for either good or evil, being neither in itself, but dependent upon those who possess it"

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        • #5
          I have quite a few 38's only three 9mm (two 9mm sold) and two 40 cal.

          The 40 cal I think will be a one off and I am still trying to find out where I can get more 9 mm.

          Richard
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          Tinbasher
          Knifemaker
          Last edited by Tinbasher; 13-06-2019, 13:46.
          Inside every old man is a young man wondering what the hell happened.




          Pictures of knives I have made/worked on.
          http://s177.photobucket.com/albums/w...cpZZ1QQtppZZ20

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          • #6
            received my 357mag lanyard beads yesterday, love 'em and easily worth the money. Now I just have to work out what I will attach them to.
            wave man AKA Dean
            my YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC22..._as=subscriber
            "I will never make excuses for who I am. It's the way I was born. I am a Hunter a Bone Collector."
            "A gun, like any source of power is a force for either good or evil, being neither in itself, but dependent upon those who possess it"

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            • #7
              Hi mate, PM sent

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Tinbasher View Post
                I have quite a few 38's only three 9mm and two 40 cal.

                The 40 cal I think will be a one off and I am still trying to find out where I can get more 9 mm.

                Richard
                See if your can find a local pistol club that does police, corrective services and security requalification shoots. Many of them leave the brass behind and the clubs sell it for scrap. I think a bucket full of brass would be cheap and last ages.

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                • #9
                  I got my last lot of 38's from a range he said that they are not really allowed to sell them in case we reload them.

                  Richard
                  Inside every old man is a young man wondering what the hell happened.




                  Pictures of knives I have made/worked on.
                  http://s177.photobucket.com/albums/w...cpZZ1QQtppZZ20

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Tinbasher View Post
                    I got my last lot of 38's from a range he said that they are not really allowed to sell them in case we reload them.

                    Richard
                    Well, sort of.....he can’t sell them because the stupid wording of our Act treats components the same as ammo, so to buy brass, you officially have to be licensed for the calibre.

                    There is, however, an exemption for ammo rendered inert for collectors, etc. so you just have to ensure they somehow fit that category.

                    If you want 9mm, shoot me a PM. As long as I can do something to them so they qualify as inert, all good.


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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by jeff View Post
                      Well, sort of.....he can’t sell them because the stupid wording of our Act treats components the same as ammo, so to buy brass, you officially have to be licensed for the calibre.

                      There is, however, an exemption for ammo rendered inert for collectors, etc. so you just have to ensure they somehow fit that category.

                      If you want 9mm, shoot me a PM. As long as I can do something to them so they qualify as inert, all good.


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                      PM sent.

                      Richard
                      Inside every old man is a young man wondering what the hell happened.




                      Pictures of knives I have made/worked on.
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                      • #12
                        I would have considered a fired cartridge as being inert, ie no primer, no powder and no projectile. Essentially a short piece of hollow brass tubing.
                        I buy new brass all the time from many online stores in Australia and have never been asked once for my Permit details. Just saying.
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                        • #13
                          Take a battery drill to the range and drill out the primer pocket.... No good then

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                          • #14
                            Made a few more today.
                            I have 38's
                            9mm
                            32's
                            40's
                            and some nickel plated 357's I can make up
                            Richard
                            Attached Files
                            Inside every old man is a young man wondering what the hell happened.




                            Pictures of knives I have made/worked on.
                            http://s177.photobucket.com/albums/w...cpZZ1QQtppZZ20

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Jay.ace View Post
                              Take a battery drill to the range and drill out the primer pocket.... No good then
                              They won't let me insurance won't cover me.


                              RE: I would have considered a fired cartridge as being inert, ie no primer, no powder and no projectile. Essentially a short piece of hollow brass tubing.
                              I buy new brass all the time from many online stores in Australia and have never been asked once for my Permit details. Just saying.
                              Tried a few the other day (can not post to Australia)
                              Richard
                              Inside every old man is a young man wondering what the hell happened.




                              Pictures of knives I have made/worked on.
                              http://s177.photobucket.com/albums/w...cpZZ1QQtppZZ20

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