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Peters stahl 10mm auto - some info please

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Old 04-30-2013, 09:36 AM   #1
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Default Peters stahl 10mm auto - some info please

I own this kannon and i want te sell it. Here in Holland there isn't a real market for it, i am thinking of shipping it to the USA.
Has anyone ever imported a gun from europe? How about rules and regulation?
What's should be the price of this gun?

Its a real beauty, love te shoot it but i love shooting clay pigeons even more. Have seen a really nice FN Browning B25, unfortunatley i need to sell one gun before i can buy this due to dutch regulations.

Thanks already!
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Old 04-30-2013, 11:14 AM   #2
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How much are you asking for it?
There are import rules. Clearance would have to be obtained from the BATF before shipping.

I have brought firearms from Europe and the process time for the paperwork could go over 2 months.
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The Peters/Stahl is basically a 1911 frame design with a unique extractor system. Springfield Armory imported and marketed them as the Omega. Parts are practically non-existant
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Default Omega 10....

I have owned both of the Springfield's Omega's. I bought the 5" in '97 at a gun show and put 2000 rounds through it. The 6" I bought on a whim. Didn't get to shoot the 6" much, but the 5" was a great gun. I traded both of them for a couple high end AR's from a neighbor. I know they have had problems with other folk, but mine were perfect. Wouldn't have sold them if the deal hadn't been so tasty.

Good luck with your sale! It's a fine looking pistol.
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