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Old August 29, 2011, 08:04 PM   #18
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Don't forget that the definition of age is different for a C&R than it is for an antique. A Finnish M-39 built in the late 60's on a 1895 Tula receiver is actually an antique because the receiver is an antique, even though it was clearly made by the Finns in the late 60's. My 1942 Turk Mauser that I re-barreled to 45acp, however, is NO LONGER C&R even though the receiver is over 50 years old. C&R firearms need to be in a configuration in which they were originally issued for them to stay C&R ...

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