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April 03, 2002, 21:12
On the link Jen provided for the C&R list, it lists under the letter "U" :
"U.S., Rifle, cal. .30 M1, original military issue only, produced prior to 1956."
Can we buy a CMP Garand as a C&R? Bypass the club membership and shooting in a match?
April 03, 2002, 21:18
No. CMP will not take the C&R. You can buy the M1 from any other dealer as a C&R however.
April 04, 2002, 01:57
I will expand on what law4fun said. Up untill a year ago the C&R would only let you bypass the NICS check with CMP. Now though, the CMP runs all applicant through NICS no matter who you are or what License you have. The C&R has never let you bypass the CMP clup requirement or shooting requirement. You can use the C&R through private persons or dealers selliing US made M1 Garand only. The recent Century or Italian rfiles do no qualify.
[ April 04, 2002: Message edited by: Hootbro ]
April 04, 2002, 04:04
this maybe a seperate question,but what about garand recievers made before 1956?
April 04, 2002, 07:03
It is not a separate equestion. CMP still treats it as a CMP rifle (are they still selling stripped receivers?), and the BATF C&R limitation still applies.
April 04, 2002, 07:58
On this receiver question, I'm not sure I understand exactly what masman was asking. At any rate, you can't use a C&R FFL to obtain bare receivers for C&R firearms at all. You can only use the C&R FFL to obtain C&Rs in their original, complete configuration.
masman Have we answered your question? :confused:
April 04, 2002, 10:39
To carry this a bit further, if you get an M1 through CMP while you have a C&R license, does it get put in the bound book?
April 04, 2002, 10:45
Originally posted by Ram4x4:
<STRONG>To carry this a bit further, if you get an M1 through CMP while you have a C&R license, does it get put in the bound book?</STRONG>
Yep - the burden that you accept by getting the C&R FFL is that all C&Rs obtained while you have your license must be entered in your Bound Book even if you didn't use the FFL to acquire them. C&Rs that were in your posession prior to obtaining the C&R FFL do NOT have to be entered into the bound book.
April 04, 2002, 11:37
just to ad on to what Goose stated..
For the C&R weapons that you purchased before you obtained your FFL, those do not need to be listed in your bound book, UNLESS you sell them. Then they must be recorded as a disposition.
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