In the state I live in, guns are REGISTERED TO THOSE WHO BUY THEM. Therefore, the serial number WILL link back to me. How do you think cops figure out who owns what gun when crimes are committed? THE SERIAL NUMBER, GASP.
And no a bill of sale WILL NOT cover you in the event you receive stolen property, even unknowingly. You have to go to court and defend yourself. You seem to be severely out of touch with the reality of owning firearms in certain states. IF the gun was stolen, it wouldve shown up when IT WAS RAN THROUGH THE ATF before being transferred to me, and I would not have it.As someone who claims to own NFA weapons, id think you would know that.
There is a legitimate comparison actually, the serial number of a gun registered to me belongs to ONLY ME, so why would other people need the number? Id gladly invite you to post your bank account info, social security, pension and credit card numbers and see if nothing negative happens. In the cyber world which we use, YOU are your first line of security.
Last edited by sunsetIE; 06-05-2016 at 06:47 PM.
Let's move on.
.very nice m 1 garand. I remember when you could buy them for 400 bucks all day long. There is a pawn shop in town that has one for a 1000 bucks with a gummy rigged receiver..ouch
Nice Garand regardless, like rocking horse poo here in the UK.
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Thank you RB.
Ive been going over the stock and I think it may be a Springfield stock, comparing it to what Ive read here : M1 Garand stock identification guide
Ive still been unable to find any cartouches on it. Made of walnut, It seems to have a U shaped triggerguard notch, small horseshoe, short barrel channel (1.5"), and diagonal op rod cut. All signs of a Springfield Armory stock. Im not totally sure, but I think it has a shorter radius grip, making it early ww2 production.
Anyone inclined to agree, or am I totally wrong?
Sling is korean as mentioned earlier, with korean stampings on the swivel and ink on the webbing. The odd part is the sling keeper is marked CHS, which I can find no reference to online. The keeper is postwar as its not flat like a ww2 keeper.
Last edited by sunsetIE; 06-08-2016 at 03:29 AM.