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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2007 11:06 pm 
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I have several guns that turned 50 years old last year. Think I should enter them in the bound book? I have owned them 10 years or so....


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2007 2:29 am 
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You do not need to enter any C&R in your bound book that you owned previous to obtaining you C&R license. Only those obtained after being licensed.

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Ok, I understand that, but what happens when the gun turns C&R during the time you had a license. I have had a license 20 years but these guns turned C&R this year and thet were not required to be entered when I did get them. Now though they are 50.


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OK, I see what you are saying now. If you owned them prior to them turning C&R,
I don't think you have to do anything because they were not aquired as a C&R.

I don't find anything in the regs that address this.

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Only log em if you should happen to sell them. Otherwise, you're in the clear as is with them not logged.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2008 4:33 pm 
You only have to log C&R guns you aquire while licensed. If they were not 50 years old when you aquired them, even if you had your license at the time, you do not have to log them. Only if you dispose of them do you log them out.


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....I ditto what the 3 gentleman before me have said... ;) :D

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