We travel the country shooting competitively in USPSA and 3 Gun type matches. We are in the process of expanding our product line so if there's anything you would like us to offer just let us know. We manufacture our products with the Highest Quality Lead Alloy that we purchase from a foundry that completes extensive testing to verify content, quality, and consistency. The hardness of our products will be between 15-18 BHN. Company Snapshot THE BLUE BULLET INC USDOT Number: 2100478.
Other Information for this Carrier SMS Results Licensing & Insurance Licensing & Insurance (Currently Unavailable) --> ID/Operations | Inspections/Crashes In US | Inspections/Crashes In Canada | Safety Rating. Carriers: If you would like to update the following ID/Operations information, please complete and submit form MCS-150 which can be obtained online or from your State FMCSA office. If you would like to challenge the accuracy of your company's safety data, you can do so using FMCSA's DataQs system. Carrier and other users: FMCSA provides the Company Safety Profile (CSP) to motor carriers and the general public interested in obtaining greater detail on a particular motor carrier's safety performance then what is captured in the Company Snapshot. To obtain a CSP please visit the CSP order page or call (800)832-5660 or (703)280-4001 (Fee Required). For help on the explanation of individual data fields, click on any field name or for help of a general nature go to SAFER General Help . The information below reflects the content of the FMCSA management information systems as of 06/10/2020. To find out if this entity has a pending insurance cancellation, please click here. Entity Type: CARRIER Operating Status: AUTHORIZED FOR Property Out of Service Date: None Legal Name: THE BLUE BULLET INC DBA Name: Physical Address: 1034 EMPRESS LN ORLANDO, FL 32825 Phone: (321) 295-4296 Mailing Address: 1034 EMPRESS LN ORLANDO, FL 32825 USDOT Number: 2100478 State Carrier ID Number: MC/MX/FF Number(s): MC-788025 DUNS Number: -- Power Units: 1 Drivers: 1 MCS-150 Form Date: 06/05/2020 MCS-150 Mileage (Year): 70,301 (2019) Operation Classification: X Auth.
State Gov't Local Gov't Indian Nation Carrier Operation: X Interstate. Intrastate Only (HM) Intrastate Only (Non-HM) Cargo Carried: X General Freight Household Goods Metal: sheets, coils, rolls Motor Vehicles Drive/Tow away Logs, Poles, Beams, Lumber Building Materials Mobile Homes Machinery, Large Objects X Fresh Produce. Passengers Oilfield Equipment Livestock Grain, Feed, Hay Coal/Coke Meat Garbage/Refuse US Mail. Chemicals Commodities Dry Bulk X Refrigerated Food X Beverages X Paper Products Utilities Agricultural/Farm Supplies Construction Water Well X CLOTHES. US Inspection results for 24 months prior to: 06/10/2020. Total Inspections: 1 Total IEP Inspections: 0 Note: Total inspections may be less than the sum of vehicle, driver, and hazmat inspections. Inspections: Inspection Type Vehicle Driver Hazmat IEP Inspections 1 1 0 0 Out of Service 0 0 0 0 Out of Service % 0% 0% % 0% Nat'l Average % (2009- 2010) 20.72% 5.51% 4.50% N/A. Crashes reported to FMCSA by states for 24 months prior to: 06/10/2020. Note: Crashes listed represent a motor carrier’s involvement in reportable crashes, without any determination as to responsibility. Crashes: Type Fatal Injury Tow Total Crashes 0 0 0 0. Canadian Inspection results for 24 months prior to: 06/10/2020. Total inspections: 0 Note: Total inspections may be less than the sum of vehicle and driver inspections. Inspections: Inspection Type Vehicle Driver Inspections 0 0 Out of Service 0 0 Out of Service % 0% 0% Crashes results for 24 months prior to: 06/10/2020. Note: Crashes listed represent a motor carrier’s involvement in reportable crashes, without any determination as to responsibility. Crashes: Type Fatal Injury Tow Total Crashes 0 0 0 0. The Federal safety rating does not necessarily reflect the safety of the carrier when operating in intrastate commerce. Review Information: Rating Date: None Review Date: None Rating: None Type: None. Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration 1200 New Jersey Avenue SE, Washington, DC 20590 • 1-800-832-5660 • TTY: 1-800-877-8339 • Field Office Contacts. The Difference Between Dank, Mids, and Reggie Weed. Consider for a moment the difference between a cheap bottle of wine from the local convenience store and a pricey selection from an upscale Italian restaurant’s reserve list. While both can be classified as wine, the grape quality, grow climate, and post-harvest techniques distinguish the finest varietals from wines of lesser quality. The same principles can be applied to cannabis quality, too.
As medical and adult-use cannabis legalization continues to take root across North America, the difference between dank bud and ditch weed has never been more clear than it is today. Over the decades, people have used a variety of slang terms to classify weed. What is called reggie by some, may be seen as schawg to others. While one person may be looking for dank, another may be asking for top-shelf. But in the end, they’re usually looking for the same thing — the best on the market. Weed quality classifications have changed over the years due to sweeping cannabis legalization, as the quality and potency of weed has increased compared with what was grown in the ’60s and ’70s. In other words, the type of weed quality is relative to what’s currently available on the market and the location of that market.
What was once considered dank a decade ago would likely be relegated to mids today. Something that is considered to be mids in California could be coveted as top-shelf in a state where cannabis is illegal.