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BRASS SHELL CASINGS / LEAD FROM SPENT SHEELS (46014)
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BRASS SHELL CASINGS / LEAD.
Lot of brass shell casings from spent shells in (3) 55 gallon barrels , weighing approximately 750 pounds each, giving a total approximately weight of 2250 pounds of brass. BARRELLS ARE NOT INCLUDED AND MUST REMAIN ON SITE.
Lot of 165 canisters of lead weighing approximately 40 TO 50 pounds each, giving at total approximate weight of 8250 pounds. CANISTERS MUST REINSTALLED ONCE EMPTIED.
A complete cleanup and removal of the lead is required as well as a thorough cleanup and sweeping of the lead retrieval concrete area.
WINNING BIDDER MUST BE ABLE TO HANDLE ANY POSSIBLE LIVE UN-FIRED ROUNDS THAT MAY BE MIXED IN WITH THE SHELL CASINGS.
The winner of the auction will be responsible for the removal of the brass and lead from behind the shooting range area. The winning bidder is responsible for the detachment and reinstallation of the 165 lead canisters. It should be noted that the only way to get to and from the lead canisters is through a 36 inch door; therefore, there is no access to the lead canisters with heavy equipment. The lead canisters have an estimated weight of 40-50 pounds each (estimate based on A 3/4 full canister). A complete cleanup and removal of the lead is required as well as a thorough cleanup and sweeping of the lead retrieval concrete area. Any broken canisters must be disposed of by the winning bidder. The winning bidder will be required to attach and properly affix any replacement lead canisters to the target trap area (canisters are provided on site). We have a total of three (3) plastic barrels of pistol and rifle brass with an estimated weight of 750 pounds per barrel. The barrels are located in an area for easy access to trucks or equipment that can be used for removal; however, THE BARRELS ARE NOT INCLUDED AND MUST REMAIN ON SITE.
Contact Keith Miller Academy Coordinator at 405-239-5174 or email email@example.com for viewing or questions (8am-4pm/ Tuesday-Friday. COUNCIL ON LAW ENFORCEMENT EDUCATION AND TRAINING (CLEET) 2401 EGYPT ROAD ADA OKLAHOMA 74820. Due to the schedule of training at CLEET; pickup by the winning bidder shall be the week of November 5-8, 2019 between the hours of 8am to 4pm.
WINNING BIDDERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOADING AND REMOVAL OF ALL INCLUDED ITEMS WITHIN 10 BUSINESS DAYS OF AUCTION CLOSE. ANY ITEMS NOT REMOVED IN TIME ARE SUBJECT TO REVERT BACK TO THE STATE. NO REFUND WILL BE GIVEN AND THE ONLINE ACCOUNT MAY BE AFFECTED.
The winning bidder or any associate with the winning bidder is responsible for all loss and damages that occurs during the removal of the winning bidder's item/s.
Potential bidders are strongly encouraged to personally view all items of interest. Descriptions are given to the best of our ability based on our experience, skills and information received, but may contain inaccuracies. State Surplus reserves the right to reject any and all bids.