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  1. Johnson lmg parts kit

    Pics would be very helpful. I have a live '41 and am always interested in spares for my gun and parts for repairs for a number of customers who own and shoot these guns. If you can, please send pics to: bmg17a1@gmail.com Thanks
  2. .....1918 Vickers in French use. It is the standard louvered jacket and has a brass mounted inscription in French on the rear top of the jacket advising caution that oscillating rods do not hit the jacket. I do not know which system of the many used would require this warning. $800
  3. 1-1928 COLT marked 7.65 ARG. Kit AA/optic sight brackets; mixed numbers; missing grip panels and rear sight ladder; very good condition; $1500.00, offers 2 -1917a1 DLO registered side plate, ready to install; $12k 3- Reising; .45; C+R; Numrich Military build on commercial numbered receiver; excellent wood; all correct military parts; 99% park; military mag; tested $5000 4-Gwinn "Bushmaster"; marked "S.M.G.; 223: excellent condition w/98% original finish; uses AR mags $9.5k, offers 5-C+R 1919A4; Saginaw Gear; 30-06; reparked and pristine, beautiful; $25k 6-Vickers; registered Colt aircraft complete receiver; receiver needs minor work; jacket and front endcap both disassembled from receiver but both screw on easily and properly; receiver and jacket reblued; internals mix of Brit and Aussie; complete restored tripod; missing front sight, but all other parts are there; $17k or offers 7-1918 BAR; Marlin-Rockwell; .30-06; correct 5/19 dated barrel with excellent bore; superb restoration; gorgeous and 100% perfect appropriate bluing; and wood; all correct 1918 parts; many mags; extra set of excellent carefully refinished wood $32K Call: 802-226-7204; or e-mail: bmg17a1@gmail.com for pics or further info
  4. 1-1928 COLT marked 7.65 ARG. Kit AA/optic sight brackets; mixed numbers; missing grip panels and rear sight ladder; very good condition; $1500.00 2 -1917a1 DLO registered side plate, ready to install; $12k 3- Reising; .45; C+R; Numrich Military build on commercial numbered receiver; excellent wood; all correct military parts; 99% park; military mag; tested $5000 4-Gwinn "Bushmaster"; marked "S.M.G.; 223: excellent condition w/98% original finish; uses AR mags $9.5k 5-C+R 1919A4; Saginaw Gear; 30-06; reparked and pristine, beautiful; $25k 6-Vickers; Registered Colt aircraft complete receiver; receiver needs minor work; jacket and front endcap both disassembled from receiver but both screw on easily and properly; receiver and jacket reblued; internals mix of Brit and Aussie; complete restored tripod; missing front sight, but all other parts are there; $17k or offers 7-1918 BAR; Marlin-Rockwell; .30-06; 1944 dated barrel with excellent bore; superb restoration; gorgeous and 100% perfect appropriate bluing; and wood; all correct 1918 parts; many mags; extra set of excellent carefully refinished wood $32K Call: 802-226-7204; or e-mail: bmg17a1@gmail.com for pics or further info
  5. some usefull FFL info for EVERYONE!

    What you describe above is the standard FFL03 privilege for purchasing Title I firearms that are C+R eligible. I don't believe anyone with an FFL03 is confused about that. Nothing unusual about the procedure of purchase by an FFL03 and I was not addressing that at all. What I was addressing was that you appeared to mix together FFL03 privileges for Title I purchases with Title II purchases in your original comment. There is no "instant possession" with purchase of C+R Title II firearms by an FFL03. Just trying to clarify that.
  6. some usefull FFL info for EVERYONE!

    Some clarification of the following: "........a C+R HOLDER need not file ANY form 5 or seek prior approval to move to another state any C+R MACHINE GUN. of course a C+R holder can be in ANY state and buy from ANYONE , ANY C+R on impulse and take instant possession." Form 5 is not used for this purpose at any time. I think what you meant to refer to is the 5320 notification of ATF of intent to move NFA interstate which is optional for FFL03 licensees. Traveling or moving with NFA interstate can be subject to state laws. A C+R licensee may never take "instant possession" on purchase of any NFA controlled item. By including mention of this privilege for Title I purchase by an FFL03 in the discussion of MGs, Title II, and the use of the FFL03 for Title II, the implication is misleading. All NFA C+R transfers to an FFL03 are completed after taxed F4 application approval (with the exception of use of untaxed F5 transfer of registered C+R DEWAT). An interstate F4 transfer application can be written to go directly to the FFL03 buyer on approval, so the FFL03 licensee can receive the NFA interstate directly from the seller. Personally, I see no need for an FFL/SOT to also have a C+R FFL. Also, a buyer taking possession of any firearm is restricted to the FFL's premises but I don't understand the restriction on the 4473 allowing non-premises transfers of Title I, and approved transfers of Title II, firearms to "qualified shows". Is there a difference between being absent from the premises at a show and absent from the premises at a buyer's home or elsewhere? 4473s are portable and phoning NICs can happen from anywhere. What am I missing here? Amend as you see fit......
  7. 1-1928 COLT marked 7.65 ARG. Kit AA/optic sight brackets; mixed numbers; missing grip panels and rear sight ladder; very good condition; $1500.00 2 -1917a1 DLO registered side plate, ready to install; $12k 3- Reising; .45; C+R; Numrich Military build on commercial numbered receiver; excellent wood; all correct military parts; 99% park; military mag; tested $5000 4-Gwinn "Bushmaster"; marked "S.M.G.; 223: excellent condition w/98% original finish; uses AR mags $9.5k Further info and pics on request: MGs/plates out on taxed F4s from NFA savvy owner; buyer pays tax, SH+I
  8. No trades, thanks.....
  9. 1-1928 COLT marked 7.65 ARG. Kit AA/optic sight brackets; mixed numbers; missing grip panels and rear sight ladder; very good condition; @1750.00 2 -SOLD 1917a1 DLO registered side plate, ready to install: $12k 3 -1917a1 DLO registered side plate, ready to install; $12k 4- Reising; .45; C+R; Numrich Military build on commercial numbered receiver; excellent wood; all correct military parts; 99% park; military mag; tested $5000 5-Gwinn "Bushmaster"; marked "S.M.G.; 223: excellent condition w/98% original finish; uses AR mags $10k Further info and pics on request: MGs/plates out on taxed F4s from NFA savvy owner; buyer pays tax, SH+I
  10. 1-1928 COLT marked 7.65 ARG. Kit w/reg. 1917a1 sideplate: dent-free jacket; AA/optic sight brackets; mixed numbers; sight bracket; missing top cover cross pin, grips (1917a1 grips included) and water plugs; very good plus condition; 1917a1 DLO registered side plate: $15k (above kit and plate can be purchased separately) 1-1917a1 DLO registered side plate, ready to install; $13k 1- Reising; .45; C+R; Numrich Military build on commercial numbered receiver; excellent wood; all correct military parts; 99% park; military mag; tested $5200 1-Gwinn "Bushmaster"; marked "S.M.G.; 223: excellent condition w/98% original finish; uses AR mags $12k Further info and pics on request: MGs/plates out on taxed F4s from NFA savvy owner; buyer pays tax, SH+I
  11. Seaman: pictures on request as noted in post. To which prices are you referring?
  12. Sorry to post on wrong board. I tried to delete post on discussion board but it did not work.
  13. 2- 1928 COLT marked 7.65 ARG. KITs w/registered DLO 1917a1 side plates: #1 @ $15.5 and #2 @ $14.5k Kit #1: Colt; dent-free jacket; AA/optic sight brackets ; matching numbers; only missing wooden grips; very good plus, plus condition Kit #2: Colt; dent-free jacket; AA/optic sight brackets; mixed numbers; sight bracket; missing top cover cross pin, grips and water plugs; very good plus condition 1- Reising; .45; C+R; Numrich Military build on commercial numbered receiver; excellent wood; all correct military parts; 99% park; military mag; tested $5200 Further info and pics on request: MGs/plates out on taxed F4s from NFA savvy owner; buyer pays tax, SH+I
  14. mp44 parts kit

    As with everything in the NFA world, let your conscience be your guide. If the risk, real or perceived, makes you uncomfortable, don't do it. Many buyers I've talk to over the years have decided that just the potential for the laws to be changed was too much risk. Others will lean way over the line against clearly stated NFA regulations. However, I am a firm believer in calculated risk and can only blame myself if I am wrong. Calculated risk must be based on factual evidence, not on anecdotes and stories. The realities of what ATF will prosecute compared what the average gun owner perceives that ATF will prosecute are vastly different. An interesting example is the Greenberg and friends prosecution, conviction and penalties. Their violations of clear and unequivocal NFA regulations were about as bad as anyone can achieve, yet the court case and penalties are quite interesting. With the huge number of a very wide variety of destruction requirements over many, many years of imported kits and many thousands with this same variety being dome by individuals and offered for sale and sold, I would like to see court references to actual prosecutions and convictions of individuals for violating the "destruction" protocols of any unregistered MGs. This does not include ATF's reversal of the previously accepted legality of imported kits that then suddenly were claimed to violate their "current" import destruction requirements. There are lot of those, of course, but they are not about individuals curing unregistered MGs. Anyway, if there are a few confirmed prosecutions for such low level violations, the percentage is some tiny fraction of the huge number of unregistered MGs cut up by individuals. I would like to see the cases where this violation is the main charge. What is the story about Thompsons being saw cut in the 1950s? Curious who had them, where they came from, why and where they were cut and what happened to them? FWIW