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Old 08-07-2010, 02:43 PM   #11
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Prior to the gun control act of 1968, many firearms such as some .22 rifles didn't have serial numbers. There's still quite a few of them "floating" around.

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Prior to the gun control act of 1968, many firearms such as some .22 rifles didn't have serial numbers. There's still quite a few of them "floating" around.
Yes, I have an old bolt action 22 without serial numbers. But I bought it at a pawn shop years ago. I am pretty sure it is not stolen.
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Why hasn't this thread been locked?

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Clip is always asking the wack-job questions...

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Guys what part of DON'T GIVE OUT LEGAL ADVICE don't you get.

Please defer your desire to help someone in need of a lawyer by providing legal advice. You won't get in trouble but the FTF will/could get it's t*t in a wringer.

When one of these threads shows, up just hit the report button and let the mods know. We will handle the question.

The FTF flunked it’s Bar exam.

Only a fool would seek legal advice from a public forum and has a fool for his counselor.

The only thing more stupid than sourcing legal advice from a public forum is providing said advice!
Just tell them to ask a lawyer, a "gun friendly" lawyer.

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