bigbore

Pre-May NESA 1918A2 BAR $11k delivered Form3

Location: WN OH

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This is a pre-may 86 dealer sample keeper. This gun is in excellent original condition, no rebuild marks in original finish with the original 10-43 barrel.  The bore is beautiful, and the throat gauges almost as new in comparison to a new OOW barrel.  Original BARs like this don't show up often, if you're looking this is a great example.  My SOT is current so this will efile on a form 3.

$11k delivered.
steve at adcofirearms  com

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Question on the Pre may - if the business that has the license is a partnership, which part would be eligible to keep the pre samples?

 

 

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If the business is a corporation like an LLC, the gun stays with the LLC as long as the LLC is maintained. So if a friend or family member takes over the LLC down the road, they get the gun too.  The gun belongs to the LLC, not any specific individual.  If the business is a sole proprietor, the gun stays with the individual, and would have to be sold to another SOT when the sole proprietor dies.

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Doh, forgot I had this listed.

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I wish I were worthy to own a prebie, this is beautiful.  It screams history!

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On 1/1/2020 at 0:29 PM, Rimcrew said:

I wish I were worthy to own a prebie, this is beautiful.  It screams history!

If it could talk it probably wouldn't have much to say.  Its in too good of a condition to have seen much if any action.

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