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Winchester 1873

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 52449, Oct 7, 2006.

  1. 52449

    52449 Member

    I hope I,m not stepping out of line here but could I ask that you check out this Winchester 1873.
    The Bismarck Mandan Rifle and Pistol Assoc. is trying to make a little money by auctioning off a rifle on gunbroker. The money will go towards a new indoor 50 meter range.
    Here is the link.

    The clubs address id http://www.bmrpa.org

    The club is involved in many shooting disciplines. High power, rifle and
    handgun silhouette, bullseye, cowboy action, BPCS, ...............
    If you have questions please ask!
    Thanks for looking!
  2. 52449

    52449 Member

  3. 52449

    52449 Member

    There have been a few questions about having to ship this rifle through
    an FFL. If this rifle was made in 1888 does it need to be shipped to an
    FFL holder?
  4. The Real Wyatt

    The Real Wyatt Well-Known Member

    You need to Verify this with your FFL holder

    but I'm quite certain that any firearm manufactured prior to 1899 is considered an "Antique" and can be shipped to anyone, irrespective of whether they have a FFL or not.
  5. 52449

    52449 Member

    I think my FFL holder just logs everything in no matter what. The more
    I read the law and the gunbroker web site the more I agree with you.
  6. 52449

    52449 Member

    Well, thank for looking everyone. This is about the last of it. I'm going
    pheasant hunting and won't be back until the auctionis about over.
    Thanks again!

    blaine e

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