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Two almost new charts: 

Comparing UZI Registered Receivers to Registered Bolts

Comparing M60 Maremont builds to E4 and/or MK43 Mod0 to "The Rest"

Also, we finally got smart enough to add commercial 1928s to 1917 charts.

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bigsse, can you post up a link or web address. Thanks!


Dennis Scheid: Owner of NFA Investments and www.investmentguns.com

FFL/SOT Class III (63) Dealer in Portland, OR. Since 2005 

Cell #’s 503-720-2280 or escheid@comcast.net

We specialize in Heckler & Koch weapons, Colt M16’s and Pre 86 Dealer Sample weapons.

All items posted for sale, are in our inventory and NFA items are on Form 3’s ready for transfer.

 

 

 

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I am curious as to the difference between M3 and M3 C&R as you have them broken down-one would assume that M3's or M3A1 would be Media guns where as the Guide Lamp and Ithica guns fall under the C&R status on your charting??  It is very informative, thanks for the link.

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You're right in assuming that 99% of the non-C&R M3s are Medea guns. We've seen very few GM or Ithica guns that weren't C&R.

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What were the the non C&R GL or Ithica guns that you saw?  Trying to get a handle on what to insure my '44 GL M3 at.  It was a registered DEWAT that I reactivated back in July.

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This issue has come up a few times over the years and here's how I understand it. If a gun is C&R and it was dewat-ed (registered dewat), it is still C&R. If it was then rewat-ed, the C&R status doesn't change. This is different from manufacturing (pre-68) a gun from a pile of parts and a new or welded up receiver. These guns are not C&R.

Bob Naess at Black River Militaria is the guy that provided most of the insight on this issue. You may want to contact him.

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That makes sense.  I'll try and get in contact with him on this question.  Thanks.

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