Ammo for the Coming at Cha match finally left the homestead. What a chore. First you need a FedEx account, navigate through the 3 different versions of their shipping software to create a label; wait most of the day until Fedex pickup arrives at your house. One of the biggest learning experiences is the FedEx Shipping Manager application has a statement that you are not shipping any undeclared Dangerous Goods. (Ammo under 50 caliper and less than 60 pounds falls under Limited Quantity – Dangerous Goods.) However, there isn’t a selection on the web application to allow you to declare Dangerous Goods. FedEx has a section to identify shipping dry ice and batteries but not Dangerous Goods. Turns out that correctly marking your package with the Limited Quantity label is your declaration that you are shipping Dangerous Goods. That tidbit only took a 2 hour phone call connecting to 3 different agents to learn. Also, the FedEx web site may indicate that select locations will accept Dangerous Goods – you can only ship ammo (Limited Quantity – Dangerous Goods) via a home pickup.