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Value of recent rewat MP 40

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I am wondering about the difference in value of a recent rewat MP 40 with the rewatter name on it vs an original non rewat vs a tube gun. I believe the rewat woud still be C&R since it was registered as a dewat in the amnesty.

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The answer to your question is buried in the NFA records. yes a rewatted C+R could have remained a C+R but only if the person/co doing the work filled out the forms correctly. if they listed themselves as a manufacturer in the column for origin , it may be doomed. I have examples done both ways and the ones with the new mfg'r listed had previously transferred as C+R'S but when I bought them the transfer too me was denied using it. the key to the value is how it will transfer NOW , but any extra markings will effect the value no matter the case. at least 15% from what I see and as much as 25% in some cases 


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The rewatting was done last year. Most old rewats were never stamped. Not a rewat but i have an SP1 convertion that was registered on a form 1. It shows Colt as the manufacturer. I know who did the work because i registered in in 1977.

 

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when GCA was put into law MOST of the MFGR'S did not know how to comply and many DID remark the guns and the paper work. it was a simple misinterpretation of the rulings set down by ATF. so you will find many variations. when the paper work was changed and a new MFG'R was added the pretty much killed any C+R status. I have 3 examples on hand to confirm that. ALL had transferred as C+R several times but are denied now due to the process used to validate its in the system.


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