Bound book records

Discussion in 'Curio & Relic Discussion' started by 1791, Aug 10, 2010.

  1. 1791

    1791 New Member

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    I orded a new bound book from RK Enterprises it came with a Personal Firearms book.Is it required that it be logged with your personal (not bought with license) guns,paw paws old shotguns etc.If so is it to be inspected also?
     
  2. ScottG

    ScottG New Member

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    Personal firearms records are great for keeping track of your purchases and serial numbers in case of theft.

    You are not required to maintain all your records, just what you acquire and dispose of through your C&R. If you didn't buy it using your license, you don't have to list selling it or even have in your bb....
     

  3. c3shooter

    c3shooter Administrator Staff Member

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    Scott nailed it. It is the record of arms you acquired and disposed of under your license- ONLY.

    M1 carbine purchased from a dealer 3 states away, and I sent him a copy of my C&R- goes in da book.

    M1 carbine I bought at the flea market down the road- face-to-face, no license copy given- NOT in da book.

    M1 carbine I bought before I got my C&R- NOT in da book.

    M1 carbine that Dad gave me last Christmas- NOT in da book.

    (Now what the hell am I gonna do with all the M1 carbines??? :confused:)
     
  4. danf_fl

    danf_fl Retired Supporter

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    Send one to me because you like me so much. :)
     
  5. Angry_bald_guy

    Angry_bald_guy Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Well, you could give me one...
     
  6. 1791

    1791 New Member

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    Thanks guys for the info..Just wasnt sure.
     
  7. Pounce

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    What the others stated is true. At least all those M1 Carbines wont take up much room in the book. The safe? another matter. :) And as far as sending away for a bound book you needn't have bothered. You can just as well go down to the local Office Depot and get a regular bound book and make it up like the 'official' ones. There are copies on C&R sites to go by. Ron