UPS and Brownells

RL338

Handloader
Mar 23, 2017
650
491
Not sure what this means for other suppliers future.
 

RL338

Handloader
Mar 23, 2017
650
491
Sorry about that , since I posted it Brownells has taken it down now. They were letting their customers know that USP wasn’t going to handle deliveries for them anymore.
 

RL338

Handloader
Mar 23, 2017
650
491
I believe this might be what it is about.
 

jimbires

Handloader
Aug 16, 2011
2,459
372
thanks for correcting the link .
things are really getting stupid . I'll like to know how many seized packages go home with the workers , and not get destroyed . I wonder who's insurance will be paying for all the confiscated packages ?

I saw a few days ago that FEDX is going to require scanning a photo ID to deliver packages of powder and primers . of course their scanning does not keep any of your personal info , yea right .
 

hunter24605

Handloader
Apr 30, 2016
1,276
662
thanks for correcting the link .
things are really getting stupid . I'll like to know how many seized packages go home with the workers , and not get destroyed . I wonder who's insurance will be paying for all the confiscated packages ?

I saw a few days ago that FEDX is going to require scanning a photo ID to deliver packages of powder and primers . of course their scanning does not keep any of your personal info , yea right .
As a FedEx driver, all you have to do is decline and the driver can enter it that they "verified" the age. I just look to see if they're obviously 18 or over. It applies to any age restricted items like alcohol, too.
 
Top