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    Took less than a month, didn't think the feds could move that fast..
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    roscoe13 wrote:
    Took less than a month, didn't think the feds could move that fast..
    Hey that's great! I just got my formsand I'm sending mine in this week!! I hear that C&R's don't get along well with credit cards!

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    BobCav wrote:
    I hear that C&R's don't get along well with credit cards!
    Yeah, that can be a problem
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    Please elaborate.... 03 FFL???

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    LEO 229 wrote:
    Please elaborate.... 03 FFL???
    Curios & Relics FFL, allows licensee to receive firearms qualified as cursios & relics through interstate commerce w/o having to have the firearm shipped through an FFL dealer. More details can be found on the ATF site, and a good non-ATF explanation can be found here: http://t6aluminum.tripod.com/Curio_Relic.htm
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    Ahh!! Thanks.... that explains it.

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    BobCav wrote:
    roscoe13 wrote:
    Took less than a month, didn't think the feds could move that fast..
    Hey that's great! I just got my formsand I'm sending mine in this week!! I hear that C&R's don't get along well with credit cards!
    True. Especially considering the discounts given to C&R holders by Brownells and MidwayUSA.





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    DrMark wrote:
    True. Especially considering the discounts given to C&R holders by Brownells and MidwayUSA.
    True. Not to mention, if older firearms are an interest, at only $30 for a three year license, you only have to buy one C&R firearm a year and the money you save on transfer fees at your local FFL dealer will pay for the license. Buy several and you're way ahead...
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    WAHOO!! I got my C&R today!!37 days from mailing to receipt!

    (Honey, hide the credit cards!)

    Must....



    resist....



    temptation....



    too many....



    collectibles





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    roscoe13 wrote:
    DrMark wrote:
    True.* Especially considering the discounts given to C&R holders by Brownells and MidwayUSA.
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    True.* Not to mention, if older firearms are an interest, at only $30 for a three year license, you only have to buy one C&R firearm a year and the money you save on transfer fees at your local FFL dealer will pay for the license.* Buy several and you're way ahead...
    Pfft.... The Rockingham Co-Op charges $40 for transfers.

    I'd save on the first purchase....

    And since I'm thinking of buying a Nagant anyway...

    That being said, I'm not really big on relics and old guns, but one or two old ones would be nice.
    Why open carry? Because 1911 > 911.

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