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dhelix 04-09-2007 09:30 PM

License for Curios or Relics?
 
So, I am wondering if you need a license for these? I have read such contrary stuff on line.

It seems like you wouldn't need one for this older guns, but who knows?

ScotZ 04-14-2007 02:21 AM

To the best of my knowledge in Ohio at least you dont need a license to own what would be classified as a C&R gun(except full auto of course).

If you are interested in getting you C&R license to collect. It is only $30 and you will be eligible for C&R discounts when you buy anything classified as C&R buy the ATF.

Try this site

www.atf.treas.gov/firearms/curios/index.htm

allmons 04-20-2007 04:35 PM

Thanks, ScotZ!
 
That was very helpful.

yodar 07-12-2007 01:22 AM

C & R License
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by ScotZ (Post 207)
To the best of my knowledge in Ohio at least you dont need a license to own what would be classified as a C&R gun(except full auto of course).

If you are interested in getting you C&R license to collect. It is only $30 and you will be eligible for C&R discounts when you buy anything classified as C&R buy the ATF.

Try this site

www.atf.treas.gov/firearms/curios/index.htm

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An 03 license Permits you to trade with C & R collectors, sending and receiving C & R shipments by UPS from licensed traders AND dealers Like SOG, AIM, Century, Aztec, J &G for prices substantially LOWER than what you see at shows.

I suggest you join the Curio & Relics e-list and correspond with almost a thousant of us, most of whom know FAR more than I have learned

heres a primer on C & R

http://www.cruffler.com/
and
http://lists.crufflecarp.com/mailman/listinfo/c-r-ffl
yodar

Southern6er 08-07-2007 01:49 PM

Like posted, it is not REQUIRED to own one, but it sure makes acquiring them easier! Instead of having to have a gun sent to a FFL dealer, you can have C&R eligible guns sent directly to you if you have that C&R license.

Savings on parts and guns and FFL transfer fees more than pay for it after just one use, and it is good for 3 years!

Tilt 10-15-2007 05:58 PM

Is it very hard to get a C&R license? Is there alot of paper work to keep up with? When it is time to renew it, do you just sent your money and get a new one or do you have to be approved again?

Southern6er 10-16-2007 05:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tilt (Post 10218)
Is it very hard to get a C&R license? Is there alot of paper work to keep up with? When it is time to renew it, do you just sent your money and get a new one or do you have to be approved again?

3 year license.

Paperwork is easy to fill out, and send $30.00 with it (I did a CC instead of check to clear faster). Need to maintain inventory of your guns for when you buy/sell in case you get 'audited'.

When you get it, make a BUNCH of copies, but do NOT sign any of them until you either send the copy off or present it to a dealer. My original C&R is maintained with my other paperwork I keep for my guns.

gengomerpyle 12-29-2007 12:48 AM

ive had my C&R for about a year now and its the best 30 bucks ive ever spent. it pays for its self the 1st time you buy a gun.

Tex in Maine 12-29-2007 03:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gengomerpyle (Post 13064)
ive had my C&R for about a year now and its the best 30 bucks ive ever spent. it pays for its self the 1st time you buy a gun.

I agree. just received a Persian Mauser yesterday, no transfer fees, UPS delivered right to my door.

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