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Old January 30, 2017, 07:39 AM   #7
Don P
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Join Date: December 17, 2005
Location: Florida
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I have come across dealers that don't care about the age of the firearm. A S&W made in the 50's is still being sold as a modern day firearm and the FFL does not have to sell it as a C&R if he chooses not to. Most FFL's will sell it as a modern firearm because of the fear the ATF imposes. Dealers are not willing to risk their license for the sake of selling a 60 year old revolver as a C&R that is NOT on the ATF's list
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