MIL Regulations surrounding the moving of firearms & ammo

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  1. ManinCamo

    ManinCamo I wear big boy pants.

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    So I called up the transportation & moving office and was sent some documents to go over, sign and return.

    The paperwork says that ammo can't be shipped/moved and that my firearms must be noted. Anyone know the details on that?

    I have ... a couple long guns, and several handguns, and a couple thousand rounds of ammo :mamoru: Am I going to have to move this in my POV?
     
  2. smokie700

    smokie700 right near da beach, Boiiiii

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    Fed-ex the ammo or you could move yourself and make a lot more money than having Uncle Sam do it. How far is move (from where to where)
     
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    Just go have some fun with all that ammo and you won't have to worry about moving it :bigthumb:.
     
  5. ManinCamo

    ManinCamo I wear big boy pants.

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    I'm going TDY enroute to my duty station, and the stuff will be put in storage until I'm done with my TDY. Otherwise I would try and move myself.



    EYOB - nothing wrong with having ammo :squint:
     
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    ManinCamo I wear big boy pants.

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    I'd be tired after shooting 1/3 of the ammo I have :eek3:
     

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