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Thread: Looking for blown-out, worthless guns.

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    I'm looking for guns/parts which have been blown out. I want to use these as training aids to teach people about firearms and draw more into the "informed" fold.

    If you have a worthless, blown out gun/barrel/cylinder, etc. laying around that you think would make a good training aid, I'm interested. Any discipline (pistol, rifle, shotgun).

    PM me with a photo link and a blurb about how you think it would be useful as a training aid (the story about how it was rendered useless would be perfect), and your asking price.

    Post it here public if you feel comfortable. That would be the ultimate.

    Thanks!


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    Rendered useless via neglect would also be good.

    Anything rendered useless in any way is welcome.


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    Don't forget, no matter how ruined and useless it might be, "once a gun, always a gun" until it's been destroyed to BATFE standards with multiple torch cuts or mangling.

    A junk gun is still a gun. All laws and ATF rules still apply. Interstate transfer is still illegal except through an FFL on the recipient's end.


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    KBCraig wrote:
    Don't forget, no matter how ruined and useless it might be, "once a gun, always a gun" until it's been destroyed to BATFE standards with multiple torch cuts or mangling.

    A junk gun is still a gun. All laws and ATF rules still apply. Interstate transfer is still illegal except through an FFL on the recipient's end.
    Thank you for specifying that in this thread.

    Receiving on my end is handled, no charge to seller. If transfer/shipping fees via FFL is required at origination, I'll certainly absorb those on a purchased product.

    Parts are excepted. If you have a blown cylinder/barrel etc. it can be shipped directly.

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