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Yep, you can save quite a few bucks on a lot of older firearms by purchasing directly from wholesale catalogs and websites. I have a FFL dealers license, but I highly recommend everyone get their own C&R license if they like guns. Why pay me to make a transfer when you can order direct?
 

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mike said:
i can with a C&R ill be broke but happy. thanks rick
Mike/Rick, what the hell are you trying to say here?? Sorry but I can't quite understand that last sentence.
 

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I have been able to aquire some M1 Carbines and going to add to my M1s with my C&R. I think it is pretty cool that I don't need the services of a regular FFL. Just keep a record book and follow the regs. Jack
 

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i was trying to say if i was to get a C&R i would be broke. sang knows rick
Yep, that's a given. Oh, and buy a doghouse if you don't already have one, you'll spend a lot of time there. :wink:
 

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It costs $30 for 3 years. Most FFL001 dealers charge $15-$20 per transfer. Do the math! It's like buy 3, get one free with the transfer savings, plus no travel from your doorstep to pick it up. Keeping the book is easy, particularly when you don't dispose. Just keep adding them to the "left page".
 

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And, trust me it feels really powerful to call a distributor and order any weapon without any hassle of the 4473 and background check. :)

When that Ballester Molina came FedEx, I was in Heaven!!!!

Go to the ATF website dude and look at the very impressive list of C&Rs available for purchase.
 
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