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    Bullet storage

    Do you have to keep expanding bullet heads in a locked box/safe or can they be legally kept on a shelf for example?

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    They are defined as 'ammunition' - do as you do with regular ammo.

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    I thought that might be the case but wanted to check. Thanks!

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    What about primers? Been asked before but never got a definitive answer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Druid View Post
    What about primers? Been asked before but never got a definitive answer

    No need to lock them or powder up.just bullets,

    Out of interest I store all bullets and moderators in a separate safe, power is stored in an open cabinet made from wood, rifles and shotguns locked in 2 separate heated cabinets.

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    Assume target bullets don't need to be locked up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnmcface View Post
    Assume target bullets don't need to be locked up?
    Only those designed to expand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Druid View Post
    Only those designed to expand
    Target bullets are not designed to expand and are not sold as such. Some may be hollow but they are still classed as target ammunition and not subject to the same restrictions as expanding hunting bullets. The law presently prohibits the use of expanding ammunition for target shooting. That does not include hollow target ammunition.

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