When you view your UPS tracking it may show a weight that may not line up with what would be expected for the quantity of ammunition you ordered. This is not a mistake. We have negotiated a rate with UPS which prices shipping based on volume, and not weight. Since ammo tends to be very dense (heavy for the size box it fits in), basing the pricing on size vs weight allows us to keep our rates lower and also more predictable between different ammo types. Don’t panic when that 50 pound case of 45 shows in tracking as 10. It just means you got a better deal!
Why is the shipping weight different than actual weight?Lane MF-Griffith