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    not all of them BUt a lot of them I was told. Some will be like May guns where a dealer can keep them after he surrenders his liscn.



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    All transferable?

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    No stuff the ATF has collected over the years. The basically made him a special agent (lack of a better word) To sell all of these for them. I have not seen John's collection , but The guy I was hanging out with works for him. He said it over 500 nfa items. Sears, tubes , trigger packs. They are both getting up there in years. Mr. John has to be in his early 70's. He has to do something with his collection.


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    Its norrells old inventory

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingnut308 View Post
    Imagine the ensuing ammo shortage
    For some....
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeMomma View Post
    For some....
    The cost of ammo has a lot to do with nfa prices. You can get a 50 bmg and mount for 17 grand right now. They just listed a HK reg. sear for $31,000.00 . Or one of 4 Lightning links for $14,000.00 . :P

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    Is this as monumental as some think? Perhaps for a few. A drop in the market from $35k to $30k is not going to push me into the FA/sear realm.
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    It would have to be about ten thousand more to show real market shakeup. There are 175,977 registered transferables, though that snippet doesn't elaborate what kind of item it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 10Gauge View Post
    It would have to be about ten thousand more to show real market shakeup. There are 175,977 registered transferables, though that snippet doesn't elaborate what kind of item it is.
    I wonder how many are still out there unregistered. I hope that really cooks the governments noodle all the time. Just knowing some people said get fucked to the nfa and the amnesties. I see that number of 180 thousand mgs And think yeah right in the 80 some years since mgs became a thing there were only 180k in circulation.

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    There are actual NFA owners buried with their MGs.

    I wonder how that figures into the registry.


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    Quote Originally Posted by PRDUBI View Post
    There are actual NFA owners buried with their MGs.

    I wonder how that figures into the registry.


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    I've heard a significant chunk of NFA items are registered to people who are almost certainly deceased. The paper trail just hasn't been followed up on who owns it now and had it updated.

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    One of my RR ar15 got lost on the paper trail.
    It was registered and the owner passed away.
    Gun was sold like any other and I found it at the pawn shop.
    Got it traced to the owners wife and we worked out the paperwork.

    Needed death certificate and then a transfer to her on form 5 and then finally to me.
    But a RR for 1100 plus $200 ...was worth the effort.

    It was tedious but it sat at that pawn shop for months on end until I found it. Lord knows what would have happened if someone else got it.

    A vector Uzi also went the pawn route and that was weirder as the pawn shop gave it to a funsmith who just welded the stock shut and called it a day...as they thought it was a semi illegal SBR.

    I have knowledge of a Fleming that burned in a fire and another lost in a house of a hoarder who still has papers but can't find it in his house.

    NFA is weird...



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