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About BCR#1

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  • Birthday 07/04/1954

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    Sig M11A1
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  1. BCR#1

    Real I.D.

    I don't fly and I have no reason to ever enter any federal facility so piss on their gold star. Bill
  2. That's a new one on me but I still want a hard copy of a current license for my records. Thanks for that information though. Bill
  3. And based on that you would blindly ship a firearm to said business w/o a copy of a current license? Bill
  4. And well you should but I was referring to smiley's reply, not yours. Bill
  5. So you would ship a hand gun out of state to someone who claims to have an FFL w/o proof? This is what you're implying with your reply. Bill
  6. I shot it yesterday and I can hit clay birds at 100 yards. I'm satisfied. Bill
  7. A 1939 dated Tula receiver with [SA], D, 41(two stamps) and si? stamps. It sits in a Finn 2 piece war time stock and has a Finn matched bolt. Floor and butt plate are scrubbed. Front sight is a double stacked blade, (barley corn?) A 1" counter bore and tiny century stamp under the barrel. The bore is kind of a dull shine. not dark at all. I have $200.00 in it. How did I do? Real life value? It is NOT for sale. Thanks, Bill
  8. The first three dames are tough. Shooting P-14's and an SMLE in .303
  9. 6 grains of #5 doesn't fly out of my cases while indexing my 550B. Bill
  10. There are a bunch of you tube video's on setting up and using a 650 if you can get past the ones doing the video's. Bill
  11. So, people really will pay that kind of money for cans of surplus. Bill
  12. You need to talk to an nfa attorney. Steven Holbrook is/was the best but I have no idea he is still practicing or even alive. Bill
  13. From what I've read, there's not a lot of these floating around for sale. My example was either taken care of, ie, cleaned correctly after shooting or not shot much at all by the look of the bore. One of the members over at gunboards.com has a data base of Syrian serial #'s and it is a small list. Bill
  14. I would pay $450.00 for a nice Finn M39 before $300.00 for a plain Jane Russian 91-30.

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