FAQ – Questions & AnswersCategory: Ammo FAQHow to dispose of live ammo?
Wilson asked 4 months ago
How to dispose of live ammo?

5 Answers
Olson Staff answered 4 months ago

Guns and ammunition can be disposed of in several ways. The most important thing is to make sure that they are disposed of safely and in a way that won’t cause pollution or harm to humans or animals.

1. One way to dispose of live ammo is to take it to a local gun range. Most gun ranges have a drop-off box for unwanted ammunition. The staff will then dispose of the ammunition properly.

2. Another option is to contact your local police or sheriff’s department. Many departments have programs in place for disposing of firearms and ammunition. They will usually either take the items themselves or provide you with information on how to properly dispose of them.

3. You can also check with your local landfill or hazardous waste disposal facility. They may have special instructions for disposing of ammunition.

Whatever method you choose, make sure that the guns and ammo are properly disposed of so that they don’t end up in the wrong hands.

 
How to dispose of live ammo?

Lewis Staff answered 4 months ago
Live ammo, or ammunition, is classified as hazardous waste and must be disposed of properly to ensure public safety.
The best way to dispose of live ammo is to contact your local law enforcement agency or a licensed firearms dealer. They will be able to safely dispose of the ammunition for you.
Attempting to dispose of live ammo on your own can be extremely dangerous and is not recommended. If you must dispose of live ammo yourself, the best way to do so is by burying it in a safe location far away from any populated areas. mark the location clearly so that no one accidentally stumbles upon it later. Again, we stress that attempting to dispose of ammunition is very dangerous and should only be done as a last resort.
 
How to dispose of live ammo?

Cruz Staff answered 4 months ago
Disposing of live ammunition is a bit more complicated than simply throwing it away.
There are several ways to go about it, and the best method will vary depending on the type of ammunition you have.
1. For example, shotgun shells can be safely disposed of by puncturing the primer with a small nail or screw, then soaking the shell in water for 24 hours. After that, they can be thrown away like any other garbage.
2. Rifle and pistol ammunition is a bit trickier, as you don’t want to Simply puncture the primer could result in an accidental discharge. Instead, most people recommend disassembling the rounds (taking out the bullet and powder) and then disposing of them separately. The bullets can be thrown away, while the powder should be taken to a local law enforcement agency or gun range for disposal.
Of course, the best way to dispose of any live ammunition is to take it to a local law enforcement agency or gun range and let them deal with it. They have the experience and training necessary to handle it safely.

Ivan Staff answered 4 months ago
The best way to dispose of live ammunition is to take it to a professional gunsmith or firearms dealer. They will have the experience and knowledge necessary to safely dispose of the ammo. Alternatively, you can contact your local law enforcement agency and they may be able to assist you.
 
How to dispose of live ammo?
 
In some cases, it may be possible for you to discharge the ammunition yourself if you have access to a gun range or similar facility. However, this should only be done if you are experienced with firearms and comfortable handling live ammunition. If you’re not sure, it’s always best to err on the side of caution and seek professional help.

Jordan Staff answered 4 months ago
When it comes to disposing of live ammunition, there are a few different options available:
1. One popular option is to simply donate the ammo to a local shooting range or gun club.
2. Another option is to take the ammo to a professional ammunition disposal company.
3. Some people choose to dispose of their ammo by firing it off at an appropriate location.
Whichever method you choose, be sure to follow all safety precautions and local laws.