I've been following (mainly American) discussions on Facebook for some time regarding new drop testing of 6" shells in China, but today the latest is : "Update News on China’s New 6” and 8” Shells Regulation: 11/26/19: After Further Evaluation of 6” and 8” Shells The Governing Agency has Determined That 6” and 8” Shells are now to be considered 1.1G Explosives and Can Only To Be Shipped By Class A Companys they will also now be required in Special Drop Packaging Reducing the Case from 9/1 to 6/1 per case With this new regulation of 1.1G the new requirement would be to order 6” and 8” it would be required that 1 Full Container would have to be bought as 1.1G they can not be intermixed with 1.3G in containers making the entire container 1.1G required additionally several factory’s are being stripped of there’s permissions to make shells and roughly 80% of all in China are Class B Shippers and not class A this leaves these company’s scrambling to change classes it’s going to be a shit show for a while but going forward we can hope that America still allows us to manufacture here as well as other country’s. At this point we can pretty much say R.i.P to 6” and 8” shells". I wonder what this means for the European market. What I hadn't realised was that the US apparently has up to 10" shells classified as 1.3G. Not sure how this works as I thought UN classification was universal around the world.