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P6 is not C&R, right?

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by leadcounsel, Jul 31, 2009.

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  1. leadcounsel

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    I don't think the P6 is on the C&R list, correct?
     
  2. smoke63b

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  3. DaBull

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    Don't think so...I'm sure lots of people would be talking about it if it was.
     
  4. wojownik

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    Sig P6/225? Nope, not C&R. Discontinued, but not a curio or relic :)
     
  5. smoke63b

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    Not 50 years old. Not collectible, yet.
     
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    Not necessarily true. The CZ-82 is on the list, and it's younger than some of the P6's.
     
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    I receive, according to my wife anyways, an insane number of fliers from SOG, AIM, Century and the like. Unfortunately, I have yet to see any P6 marketed as C&R eligible. I assure you I would own one if I had.
     
  8. smoke63b

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    If it's less than 50 years old though, you have to prove it's a collectible. You CAN send a letter and ask for it to be added to the list.
     
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    This is true, but I believe you must have some standing...you cannot just be a regular guy. I recall reading the person who got the CZ-82 added to the C&R list was the curator of the West Point museum.

    Also, the 50 year rule only applies to guns in their original configuration. If a 51 year old gun is modified, then it is not automatically a C&R at age 50.
     
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    Unless the modification was common, more like another version of the weapon, which I believe stems from the sporterizing of WWI and WWII battle rifles.
     
  11. smoke63b

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    Well yeah if you modify it that's a whole other ballpark. Also, yeah it's probably going to be pretty difficult for Joe Schmoe to get a gun added but you can still try. I saw some posts on another forum where a guy was doing that and they WERE responding via letter but I doubt it will ever actually accomplish anything.
     
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    good question. unfortunately, no.
     
  13. ROBBY.1911

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    what does c&r mean to me? i'm clueless.
     
  14. smoke63b

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    Curio and Relic. It's for old, out of production, collectible guns. You can get a C&R license and transfer guns that are on the ATF's C&R list without having the normal FFL. You just need your C&R license for those guns.
     
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