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Old July 30, 2012, 09:54 AM   #6
gyvel
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Then, per the letter of the law, not every firearm of a particular make and model would qualify at the same time, i. e. a firearm manufactured in 1962 would qualify, but it's younger sibling (same make and model) manufactured in 1963 would not.
That's a general rule of thumb, but, like I said, if you had evidence that the 1963 gun was made prior to the current date in 2013, it would be a C&R.

Another example: You're looking at a P.38 or P.1 with an acceptance date of 2/63 clearly stamped on it, and this is in March of 2013; The gun would be a C&R.
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