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vega
08-03-2007, 20:05
A friend came to the office this week and asked me to come with him to the parking lot. I thought he needs help with something but when he opened his SUV there were firearms looking at me. His Dad died a few months back and he inherited the firearms but he likes baseball more than shooting so he decided to give them to me. I offered to pay him at least half the cost but he would have none of that. Who am I to disagree?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v302/g19/100_5756.jpg

From top to bottom:
Winchester Model 94 - 30-30 Lever action (1955)
Remington Scoremaster - 22LR Bolt action (1942-1962)
JC Higgins Model 511-X - 22LR Semi-auto tubular magazine (1955?)
Savage Arms - 410g pump action
Beretta - 380 (1941)P.BERETTA - CAL. 9 CORTO- MOD.1934 - BREVETTATA.
Sauer Single action revolver - 22LR

I currently have 8 rifles and 1 shotgun so I would have no room in my safe for additional 4 rifles. I should have followed the advice given to me by the wise old man when I was buying a safe.

:supergrin:

isuzu
08-03-2007, 20:16
Hey, you have collectibles in your hands! And they're worth a lot! Congratulations!

Valor1
08-03-2007, 23:51
Christmas comes early to some people. Didn't even asked Santa about it. Congrats.

atmarcella
08-04-2007, 20:59
can i have the lever action 30-30.... so that you'll have more room in your gun vault:supergrin:

that .410 is an ideal home defense gun for girls/women:thumbsup:

New_comer
08-04-2007, 22:10
More 'mouths' to feed... Congratz :thumbsup:

vega
08-04-2007, 23:09
Thanks guys.
That Beretta came just the right time. I was thinking of getting a Bersa but I don't want the mag safety version. I wonder where I can buy an extra mags.

atm - That 410 have 26" barrel but yes that would be ideal for women. Darn, the cost of ammo is twice the price of 20g. I'll probably take it out once just to know how it shoots and make it a safe queen.

batangueno
08-05-2007, 07:37
Napakaswerte mo talaga. :thumbsup:

9MX
08-05-2007, 19:45
panay siguro kain mo ng lucky me instant mami:rofl:

vega
08-07-2007, 23:21
All long FAs are more than 50 yrs old which means that it falls under Curio & Relic (C&R), so I do not need to go thru FFL which makes it sweeter because the government will not have a record of it and I do not need to shell out money for transfer.

Mang Danny
08-08-2007, 11:15
Originally posted by vega
All long FAs are more than 50 yrs old which means that it falls under Curio & Relic (C&R), so I do not need to go thru FFL which makes it sweeter because the government will not have a record of it and I do not need to shell out money for transfer.
Madali bang kumuha ng C & R licence ?

vega
08-08-2007, 14:44
Mang Danny
I haven't try it yet but from what I heard and read it's the waiting game that will kill you. You don't need to be C&R holder in order to buy without FFL registration. As long as there is no obstruction for you to buy a rifle then you can cash and carry any C&R rifle.

PMMA97
08-09-2007, 11:43
Originally posted by vega
All long FAs are more than 50 yrs old which means that it falls under Curio & Relic (C&R)

Have you tested them already?

Nice deal you had there. :)

vega
08-09-2007, 16:49
Not yet, baka pagdating na lang ni poodle next month para isang linisan na lang.

bisoy
08-11-2007, 00:09
huwow! congrats. i envy you!

theTactician
08-21-2007, 01:49
Originally posted by vega
A friend came to the office this week and asked me to come with him to the parking lot. I thought he needs help with something but when he opened his SUV there were firearms looking at me. His Dad died a few months back and he inherited the firearms but he likes baseball more than shooting so he decided to give them to me. I offered to pay him at least half the cost but he would have none of that. Who am I to disagree?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v302/g19/100_5756.jpg

From top to bottom:
Winchester Model 94 - 30-30 Lever action (1955)
Remington Scoremaster - 22LR Bolt action (1942-1962)
JC Higgins Model 511-X - 22LR Semi-auto tubular magazine (1955?)
Savage Arms - 410g pump action
Beretta - 380 (1941)P.BERETTA - CAL. 9 CORTO- MOD.1934 - BREVETTATA.
Sauer Single action revolver - 22LR

I currently have 8 rifles and 1 shotgun so I would have no room in my safe for additional 4 rifles. I should have followed the advice given to me by the wise old man when I was buying a safe.

:supergrin:


nice addition to your collections. baka pwede na kayong mag-donate sa mga needy BOGS like me for free.

mitchshrader
08-21-2007, 01:53
fun. shoots small, shoots far. :) Fun! maybe reload? not so hard..

vega
08-21-2007, 12:23
Originally posted by mitchshrader
fun. shoots small, shoots far. :) Fun! maybe reload? not so hard..
I'll probably use this one if I have a young shooter going with me.
I limit my reloading to pistol and rifle cartridges. Maybe someday...