Last Activity:07-08-2015 1:09 PM
Posted in thread: Background checks for remote customers on 07-08-2015 at 06:09 PM
okee dokee. Just got a reply from the FBI; pre-arrival check are discouraged, as all entries
into the NICS system must be accompanied with a 4473.That's a bit disappointing. Seems now I
might have to ...
Posted in thread: Background checks for remote customers on 07-08-2015 at 06:47 AM
I live way, way out in the country, and as such the customer based is limited. Heck I've sold
only 28 guns so far, and I've had my FFL for a good 9 months.Everything has been very orthodox,
with a few...
Posted in thread: break open revolvers - parts interchangeability on 03-06-2015 at 09:31 PM
I recently won an auction for a little Iver Johnson/US revolver co. .32 break open. I love the
hardware store cheapies of the 1880-1915 period. They're so under appreciated in terms of
Posted in thread: hardware store rifles of the 1870s-1890s on 02-07-2015 at 12:31 AM
Before I start; this is about civilian rifles, not military arms.I got ahold of a few old
catalogs from the mentioned time period and the gun section is really so fascinating. Seems the
vast bulk of g...
Posted in thread: Jimenez Semi Auto Pistols on 11-17-2014 at 04:30 AM
I never claimed to be an expert. I just know what I like, and I do not like Berettas, nor to I
like the S&W MP. If anyone is looking for a small, inexpensive pistol like the Jimenez, then i
Posted in thread: USSR civilian commercial handguns - makes and models on 11-17-2014 at 04:24 AM
But that simply is not so. You could indeed purchase a gun in the CCCP, if you held a valid
membership in a hunting or sport shooting club, just like in modern day Germany. The law of the
CCCP made no...
Posted in thread: Jimenez Semi Auto Pistols on 11-17-2014 at 12:56 AM
I have never owned, nor seen, a Jimenez in person. But I have fired about 5 autos in my life; a
S&W MP, a Beretta 92F and Cobra\Kodiak Denalhi are the only ones that come to mind and here's
Posted in thread: USSR civilian commercial handguns - makes and models on 11-15-2014 at 10:19 PM
This is for a little personal project. I have a fascination with all of the commercial soviet
products, from 333 cologne to the Argat computer. So far I have 2 Mosins, an IZH-27, and the
Posted in thread: USSR civilian commercial handguns - makes and models on 11-15-2014 at 09:57 PM
but is there any actual proof of the presence or absence? Catalogs, Russian legal documents, a
random Russian website?
Posted in thread: USSR civilian commercial handguns - makes and models on 11-15-2014 at 09:16 PM
Almost, the Korovin was in 25 Tula, which was a special overpressure 25acp made at the Tula
arms factory, but in all reality they should have gone with 32acp. According to the Wikipedia
this small pis...