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Posted: 7/21/2003 11:54:15 PM EDT
Where does one find the forms to apply for a curios & relics FFL? How much does it cost to get?

When the license expires, do you have to renew the licens in order to keep any firearms you received using the license?

Specifically, are the Colt Sistem Argentine pistols (both the Colt made and the Argentina made models) covered by the Curios & Relics license?

Thanks ahead for any help.
Link Posted: 7/22/2003 7:17:51 AM EDT
www.atf.gov

type Curio & Relic in their search. You can either print them out or they will even mail you the forms.
Link Posted: 7/22/2003 8:26:19 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/22/2003 8:57:16 AM EDT

Originally Posted By knightone:
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Specifically, are the Colt Sistem Argentine pistols (both the Colt made and the Argentina made models) covered by the Curios & Relics license?

Thanks ahead for any help.



The Pistols you are describing are actually 1...it's called a Sistema Colt model 1927. Argentinian built on Colt equipt. Very much like an orig Colt 1911. They are C&R and MilitaryShooters.com has the on sale for 325.00.

I just had one delivered. Nice weapon.
Link Posted: 7/22/2003 8:59:11 AM EDT
Oh...also visit www.cruffler.com
Link Posted: 7/22/2003 5:25:37 PM EDT
Cool guys. when the license expires, do I have to renew it to keep the items I buy using it? I would probably keep it, but you never know. I might lose interests in buying C&R guns, but want to keep them in my collection anyway. I never give up a gun, cause I always ended up regretting it whenever I did.
Link Posted: 7/22/2003 5:53:17 PM EDT

Cool guys. when the license expires, do I have to renew it to keep the items I buy using it? I would probably keep it, but you never know. I might lose interests in buying C&R guns, but want to keep them in my collection anyway. I never give up a gun, cause I always ended up regretting it whenever I did.

There are certain advantages to holding a C&R license, such as the dealer discount from Brownell's and others. Pretty easy to make back your $30 license fee off of that.
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