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  1. This is what I have handy on the manufacturer markings, it is an older picture.
  2. Yes, the transfer on a Form 3 to another dealer will take just days.
  3. Actually I did. It's been a while but I recall acquiring it from a local SIG dealer for a nominal charge.
  4. Here is offered a rare Group Industries Stainless Steel M16A1. The Group Industries stainless steel lowers, were produced in a quantity of ~100. These are slightly heavier than an aluminum one. They are desirable in that they are considered to last a lifetime. The fire controls are a very rare set of Colt Commando Enhanced four way fire control group. The rear stock is a Colt Advanced Combat Rifle (ACR) program with a 7 position buffer Mil-spec buffer tube, which should accept other Mil-spec sized rear stocks. There is a Enidine carbine buffer SP22461. The upper is a Colt. This was sent many years ago in 1999 to Craig Jordan for a tune up, PM me for details. This will transfer from a SOT FFL on an eForm only to your SOT FFL dealer very quickly. Plenty of references available including the Sturmgewehr.com board owner. Please PM me for contact information Thanks for looking Michael
  5. Here is offered a great looking Bill Wittstein converted Billistics MP5A3 Double Push Pin registered receiver with factory Swing Down 4 position Lower. Barrel has the factory Beschussamt Ulm anteler Proof House mark, German federal eagle (Bundlesadler) over N which is for Nitrozellulose. Quoting from the February 1987 Soldier of Fortune H&K Clones article by Peter Kokalis, “Wittstein, of Billistics, Inc., is the class act among Title II manufacturers.” This was shot very little by me and remained always in a safe in a climate controlled room. I am looking for $32,000, plus any shipping and insurance. This will transfer from a SOT FFL on an eForm only to your SOT FFL dealer very quickly. Plenty of references available including the Sturmgewehr.com board owner. Please PM me for contact information Thanks for looking
  6. Here is offered a beautiful C&R eligible Ithaca Auto & Burglar, commonly referred to as the B model. It was built in 1926 on the Ithaca New Improved Double (NID) frame and shipped on March 21, 1927. From the BATFE C&R guide list “Ithaca, "Auto and Burglar Guns," mfd. by Ithaca Gun Company from 1921 to 1934, all original guns.” Note there was a BATFE NFA exemption approval for another Ithaca Auto & Burglar Model B, to remove that from the provisions of the NFA. This was for a specific serial number and not a blanket exemption. If one wanted to pursue such exemption on this firearm, it could allow such firearm if approved to transfer as a normal C&R, ie. no NFA approval. I can forward a PDF of those letters on that for reference but to be clear do NOT apply to this firearm as the shown approval is serial number specific. I am looking for $6,000, plus any shipping and insurance. For a comparable reference please review a recent auction of a similar B mode at RIA, in October 2019 that sold for $8,625. I believe attaching links to auctions are not permissible here so ask me for a link to the auction and I can share that. This will transfer from a SOT FFL on an eForm only to your SOT FFL dealer very quickly. The NFA tax stamp from your SOT FFL to you is only $5 as an AOW. Plenty of references available including the Sturmgewehr board owner. Please PM me for contact information
  7. WTB Ithaca Auto & Burglar

    5card Sent a PM
  8. Just saying it might be worth getting active here and sign the petition. I used a burner email and did not put my full name in there. Probably the only chance we are going to have a President that might actually consider this repeal. Please share it https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/repeal-1986-hughes-amendment
  9. Interesting article 3rd paragraph page 2 mentions the surge in NFA forms processed from <350k in 2006 to >1.3M in 2014 Link to Forbes Article I thought there were some more detailed metrics about approvals that I saw in the past, but have not seen in years. Wonder if there is a breakdown on the types of Forms approved somewhere?