Questions about Airmunitions


#1

I presume that since Airmuntion is still produced, there wouldn’t be much collector value, or am I incorrect?

As they are not cartridges, would they be acceptable to mail across international borders? US/Canada at least?

I have access to some 12 gauge, 40mm, and 37mm cartridges, but nothing smaller which is a shame.


#2

Could you specify what exactly it is about? Images, links?


#3

Apoc,
Check with your post office, but I believe anything with a primer is not legal to mail. I know the mailing of reloading supplies (bullets, unprimed cases) to Canada has run into problems and most companies in the US that sell them won’t ship to Canada.

Lew


#4

Here is Canada Post’s Non-Mailable Items list:
https://www.canadapost.ca/tools/pg/manual/PGnonmail-e.asp

Included in those items is:

  • Replica or inert munitions
  • Firearms (including imitation or replica)
  • Dangerous goods (there is a big list of dangerous goods)

-Dave

Edit to add: Airmunition website - http://www.airmunition.info/