johnsonlmg41

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  1. Looking for the rear section of the barrel sleeve (the section the barrel screws into) as well as any other parts/ accessories
  2. Often guys get into this, buy a bunch of guns tax paid on form 4's, get an SOT later and the guns appear to be on form 4's physically, but will then transfer out on form 3's. This is what I assume the OP means because it's a fairly common situation? Actually a lot of dealers actually believe this too and don't know their stuff can now go out tax free, and instead pay the tax thinking the guns aquired before the SOT are somehow "private". No such thing as private when you acquire an FFL, privacy goes out the window for the most part. There are other methods of avoiding the transfers and taxes, but that's for another discussion.
  3. because your premise here is incorrect. If the gun has the sellers name on the current form and his FFL/SOT is in his name, the gun automatically is tax exempt on any transfers to another SOT, regardless of whether or not it is for sale/ in inventory. If you're selling it, it seems it would be "in inventory"? You can pick up or drop an SOT many times and if it's always in the same name the guns will transfer accordingly depending on if you've paid or not paid the SOT. If I decided to sell a bunch of my stuff I'd surely be filing for a new FFL/SOT in the name that the guns are registered to facilitate their expedient transfer, especially these days where a long wait will kill the sale of many guns. HTH
  4. PSA: Negative interaction with M Heck

    Lots of reminiscing and stories, but did you contact your buddy M. Heck about completing the deal? Doesn't sound like it? You can shoot the new guy messengers all you want, but if the seller didn't deliver, he's the turd. You guys can polish that all you want, but it still stinks.
  5. WTS: RAMO M2HB; 1928 Arg. kits; 1917A1 reg. plat

    Bowling leagues are about over for summer break, and I've never done a load of laundry...ever, for the record. Fixed a lot of machines though and chicks dig that. All the original 1918 pattern guns had the same barrels, but marked with the mfr and date at the end near the front sight. Lots of missing and cut flash hiders make them appear shorter at times? If it's cut, the front sight would have to be redone. Possible, but unusual.....and I'm no BAR expert. Mine has British proof marks at the rear, as well as the original markings in front, and other than some contour differences, that is what I've seen over the years. Maybe it's an A2 barrel?
  6. WTS: RAMO M2HB; 1928 Arg. kits; 1917A1 reg. plat

    Seriously? Pony up some cash if you want to post an ad. This is at least your second free ad, cough up $15 at a minimum just to be courteous. Riddle me this, how can the marlin BAR be correct with a replacement barrel?
  7. Mike, the problem is not that they mishandled it, it's that the orchestrated it intentionally, just as when Trump asked for their opinion on bump stocks and they recommended banning them. Why some large vendors and auction guys want to be part of that is beyond me? Perhaps they think if they get inside they can change it, but it's clear board members have no say in policy in Wayne's world. Currently the NRA is one level above Sears Roebuck, liquidation is imminent, but like all business models there is surely an amazon rising as we speak, to fill the void they will leave behind.
  8. Well that didn't work out too well. Ollie got kicked to the curb. Looks like Wayne will be there until he dies......or the NRA does.
  9. Qualified Mfg AUG trigger pack

    PM sent
  10. As the title says looking for an extractor for the large trainer, not a regular 1919. Might even paypal for a couple good pictures with dimensions if you have one and don't want to part with it? You can direct email johnsonlmg41 at yahoo Thanks
  11. WTS: 1918 Marlin Bar; exc. $30k

    Laughing with you, I'm just a couple off ramps behind. At this point I like to say every day is a bonus day! At 30k that's not bad (if I didn't already have a nicer one I'd seriously think about it) Does the barrel date match? How does it gauge? For those that are considering.
  12. WTS: 1918 Marlin Bar; exc. $30k

    because he's over 65 LOL!
  13. WTB Registered Ruger 10/22 Receiver

    Have one and access to two more. PM me with what you are looking to spend? Or trade?
  14. Purchase Sole Proprietor - pre may samples

    Not generally in a sole proprietorship since it is not a separate entity like a partnership or corp. The proprietor is the "company" and you being a different proprietor, assets would need to "transfer" to directly to you, vs. a company type setup where the company exists separately regardless of who actually owns it. A pre-may sample can only transfer to an SOT,
  15. WTB Lahti L39 Barrel

    I spent 5 years on that project. I own all the tooling, etc. The minimum order qty is 5 and the price is 3K finished at last go around (not sure that's current). These are hot blued and ready to screw in. Match grade rifling, much nicer than originals. In order to screw it in correctly I redo the threads in the receiver and you can hand screw the barrel in until the last 5 turns and then use the tool in the kit to go the rest of the way. No 5' breaker bars needed!