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C&R process

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MLC, Jul 22, 2003.

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  1. MLC

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    Gentleman (and Ladies),
    Please provide me with a general direction and idea the cost inolved with the C&R licensing. I really want to some milsurps while they are cheap and all my local ffl's want 40 bucks a pop for transfers. Any pointers would be great. TIA
    PM or email is fine as well.
     
  2. JPM63US

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    http://www.cruffler.com

    Go to the above web site and you will find instructions reviews and a link to the BATF where you can get the form.

    I think it was $30 for a 3 year license. Unless you live in NY, it take about 1 to 2 months.

    JPM
     
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    The "process" just involves filling out the app and mailing it. Three or four weeks or so later, voila. Painless.
     
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    The process includes getting a second job, buying another gun safe and making best buddies with the UPS driver. :)
     
  6. No4Mk1

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    In addition to the excellent resources above, another good source of information can be found at :

    http://pub176.ezboard.com/bcurioandrelicfirearmsforum

    Go to the C&R License Issues and read the General info thread at the top, then post any questions! Lots of friendly, helpful folks over there.
     
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    The great part will be explaining to my wife how much money I'm saving by buying all these old guns. Same schtick I used for the reloading. Thanks a bunch fellows.
     
  9. Monte Harrison

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    It allows you to purchase any firearm that is on the list, or is >= 50 years old, and have it shipped directly to your home without having to go through a dealer. Also, it allows you to get dealer discounts on stuff from Brownell's, Midway, etc. Not a bad deal for $30.
     
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    The problem is that what you'll save in cost on individual items, you'll spend on quantity. Welcome to C&R. :D :D :D
     
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