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    never been there before! the Lacy store is mind boggeling:shock:re is mind bogling:shock:. just wanted to show it to you. i got a spare cylinder, pouch and holster on order, be here in a week
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    Freaking sweet six shooter, there!

    I haven't been there either, guess it's about time I go.

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    Beautiful! I really like old cap and ball revolvers, they have such an elegance.

    Gratz on new toy

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    NavyLT wrote:
    I can't see the photo at work. Bet it is pretty cool, though and a hoot to shoot! I am going to wear my 1851 Navy on special occasions like open carry get togethers.

    Just curious, did they make you fill out the Washington Pistol Transfer form for that?
    i wanted mine for special outings too! had to fill out lotsa forms, and he had to call it in, just like buyin a real gun! and eventho they knew i was carrying a real gun concealed, a store security lady had to come and carry the new gun out to the front door for me, and give it to me outside!
    EMNofSeattle wrote: Your idea of freedom terrifies me. So you are actually right. I am perfectly happy with what you call tyranny.....

    “If ever a time should come, when vain and aspiring men shall possess the highest seats in Government, our country will stand in need of its experienced patriots to prevent its ruin.”

    Stand up for your Rights,, They have no authority on their own...

    All power is inherent in the people,
    it is their right and duty to be at all times ARMED!

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    If they made you fill out the 4473, they were very wrong as the 4473 does not apply to ANY Black Powder or antique, or firearm made before 1898 for which ammunition is not currently commercially manufactured.

    I know that when I worked at Wholesale sports/ Sportsman's Warehouse, the state provided a directive that any BP handgun that had a serial number had to have the state form completed and forwarded to the local PD or Sheriff as the case may be. We were told in no uncertain terms that filling out the 4473 and calling the feds was NOT to be done as it was considered an abuse of the NICS system.



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    Trigger Dr wrote:
    If they made you fill out the 4473, they were very wrong as the 4473 does not apply to ANY Black Powder or antique, or firearm made before 1898 for which ammunition is not currently commercially manufactured.

    I know that when I worked at Wholesale sports/ Sportsman's Warehouse, the state provided a directive that any BP handgun that had a serial number had to have the state form completed and forwarded to the local PD or Sheriff as the case may be. We were told in no uncertain terms that filling out the 4473 and calling the feds was NOT to be done as it was considered an abuse of the NICS system.

    Glad to hear this about Wholesale Sports, I really like that place.

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    Nice purchase I have been looking at getting at Remington 1858
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    Nice revolver.Will Cabela'slet you OC? Just imagine how great they would be if they had a shooting range, and, and, and, would let you shoot the gun before you buy it, so you could see if you really like it. Twould be nice.
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