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84. I was corrected by others (see above)
I stand corrected. I learn something new everyday.
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  -Rifle used in museum shooting too old to trace, official says RamboLiberal  Jun-12-09 10:54 PM   #0 
  - I had a JC higgins that looked a lot like that.  Fovea   Jun-12-09 11:11 PM   #1 
  - my grandfather had one  MichaelHarris   Jun-12-09 11:26 PM   #2 
  - Gun show, gun dealer, maybe look online  krispos42   Jun-12-09 11:34 PM   #4 
  - collectable guns  MichaelHarris   Jun-12-09 11:36 PM   #5 
  - A dealer at a gun show would not have sold him one...  krispos42   Jun-12-09 11:53 PM   #10 
  - we probably  MichaelHarris   Jun-13-09 12:04 AM   #11 
     - My issue is...  krispos42   Jun-13-09 12:32 AM   #16 
     - It is  MichaelHarris   Jun-13-09 12:37 AM   #17 
        - It's a minor issue  krispos42   Jun-13-09 12:57 AM   #20 
        - will  MichaelHarris   Jun-13-09 01:01 AM   #21 
        - It's against the law to sell a gun to a known criminal...  krispos42   Jun-13-09 01:12 AM   #25 
        - I support a public option to verify via NICS but not like that.  Statistical   Jun-13-09 01:08 AM   #24 
        - The privacy issue was mentioned before  krispos42   Jun-13-09 01:22 AM   #26 
        - Well I believe registration IS intrusive,  Statistical   Jun-13-09 11:09 AM   #37 
        - No, it would NOT be a scarlet letter.  gorfle   Jun-13-09 10:10 AM   #30 
           - Better. Opt in would have to be a requirement.  Statistical   Jun-13-09 10:48 AM   #33 
           - Defacto registration.  gorfle   Jun-13-09 04:20 PM   #48 
           - Good idea, but don't make it able to opt out on the license  krispos42   Jun-13-09 12:56 PM   #40 
              - Nope, that's defacto registration.  gorfle   Jun-15-09 06:49 AM   #61 
                 - Of course groups could engage in cvil disobedience.  Statistical   Jun-15-09 08:07 AM   #71 
                    - on FOID.  gorfle   Jun-15-09 09:44 AM   #82 
                       - Good points.  Statistical   Jun-15-09 10:07 AM   #85 
                          - Why?  gorfle   Jun-15-09 10:43 AM   #86 
                             - Just my opinion but...  Statistical   Jun-15-09 11:34 AM   #88 
                                - The problem with opt-in.  gorfle   Jun-15-09 12:00 PM   #89 
        - Because I have a CCW  michreject   Jun-13-09 12:31 PM   #39 
           - Not true.  Statistical   Jun-14-09 09:51 PM   #57 
           - Actually, no.. in _some_ states  X_Digger   Jun-14-09 10:50 PM   #58 
           - I stand corrected.  Statistical   Jun-14-09 11:01 PM   #59 
              - TX is the same way.. no NICS check for CHL holders.  X_Digger   Jun-14-09 11:11 PM   #60 
                 - I am as pro-gun as the next guy but this seem like a potential source of concern.  Statistical   Jun-15-09 08:12 AM   #73 
                    - Don't know if VA is exempt..  X_Digger   Jun-15-09 08:42 AM   #76 
                    - No VA is not.  Statistical   Jun-15-09 09:00 AM   #77 
                       - Yup, laminated w/ signature & photo. n/t  X_Digger   Jun-15-09 09:13 AM   #80 
                          - Well I am still not sure it is a good idea BUT I believe in states rights.  Statistical   Jun-15-09 09:25 AM   #81 
                    - They probably expire.  gorfle   Jun-15-09 09:48 AM   #83 
                    - Yes, a VA CHP ...  virginia mountainman   Jun-15-09 02:22 PM   #94 
           - Not true  michreject   Jun-15-09 07:41 AM   #69 
              - I was corrected by others (see above)  Statistical   Jun-15-09 09:59 AM   #84 
           - Some states yes, some states no.  gorfle   Jun-15-09 06:51 AM   #62 
              - In Tennessee, they use a system called TICS  michreject   Jun-15-09 07:43 AM   #70 
        - I have proposed a solution several times now  gorfle   Jun-13-09 10:03 AM   #29 
           - Crickets...  gorfle   Jun-15-09 06:51 AM   #63 
     - Even in California that particular rifle could be sold from one unlicensed individual to another  slackmaster   Jun-13-09 10:54 AM   #35 
     - Concern trolling, typecasting, and forced teaming  friendly_iconoclast   Jun-13-09 03:48 PM   #47 
  - Let's cover this slowly  one-eyed fat man   Jun-14-09 09:21 AM   #51 
  - A dealer or Gunbroker auction would have necessitated a background check.  TheWraith   Jun-12-09 11:37 PM   #7 
  - Only if across state lines.  gorfle   Jun-15-09 06:52 AM   #64 
     - The transaction does not have to be face to face intra state  one-eyed fat man   Jun-15-09 08:30 AM   #74 
     - True, but unless you're very close to the seller that's difficult.  TheWraith   Jun-15-09 01:08 PM   #90 
        - Just use the mail.  gorfle   Jun-15-09 01:50 PM   #91 
  - People talk about  MichaelHarris   Jun-12-09 11:48 PM   #8 
  - One of the stories that I read that talked to someone who knew  RamboLiberal   Jun-13-09 12:23 AM   #14 
  - Likely it is a weapon he bought 30, 40, 50 years ago.  Statistical   Jun-13-09 12:44 AM   #18 
  - for me  MichaelHarris   Jun-13-09 01:02 AM   #22 
     - So a "sensible gun control" worked?  Statistical   Jun-13-09 01:05 AM   #23 
     - It did  MichaelHarris   Jun-13-09 04:17 AM   #27 
        - Where the system fails...............  one-eyed fat man   Jun-15-09 09:06 AM   #78 
           - i have been looking for those numbers - thanks  votingupstart   Jun-15-09 01:50 PM   #92 
     - Unlikely.  gorfle   Jun-13-09 10:13 AM   #32 
  - I strongly suspect  gorfle   Jun-13-09 10:12 AM   #31 
  - I doubt the latter. These clowns usually want to provoke a war, not prevent one. (n/t)  benEzra   Jun-13-09 01:27 PM   #43 
  - He was a racist SS wannabe, not a gun enthusiast. If he owned only hunting weapons  benEzra   Jun-13-09 01:25 PM   #42 
  - OMG! I just went to gunbroker.com!!!1  Xenotime   Jun-13-09 01:04 PM   #41 
     - None. The gun is shipped to your local Federally licensed gun dealer,  benEzra   Jun-13-09 01:28 PM   #44 
     - OMG, there's a tempest in this TEAPOT!  X_Digger   Jun-13-09 04:33 PM   #49 
     - OMG. Reading is fun.  Statistical   Jun-14-09 09:39 AM   #53 
     - Unless...  gorfle   Jun-15-09 06:53 AM   #65 
     - Yeah, ain't it great?  gorfle   Jun-15-09 06:55 AM   #66 
  - Some of the same places you'd buy a modern gun.  TheWraith   Jun-12-09 11:37 PM   #6 
     - I found an old  MichaelHarris   Jun-12-09 11:49 PM   #9 
        - Sears, Roebuck & Company  one-eyed fat man   Jun-14-09 09:39 AM   #52 
  - I better go check and see if my dad's has been stolen. I grew up shooting the same rifle.  Fire_Medic_Dave   Jun-12-09 11:33 PM   #3 
  - My guess is stolen.  juno jones   Jun-13-09 12:10 AM   #12 
  - Just incredible  Merchant Marine   Jun-13-09 12:17 AM   #13 
  - I'm wonder if he was shooting a short  RamboLiberal   Jun-13-09 12:31 AM   #15 
  - With a tube mag?  Merchant Marine   Jun-13-09 12:57 AM   #19 
     - .22 CB shorts  one-eyed fat man   Jun-14-09 10:06 AM   #54 
     - Thanks I should've caught it was a tube magazine  RamboLiberal   Jun-14-09 09:43 PM   #56 
  - I would guess that more people have been murdered with .22LR than any other caliber  slackmaster   Jun-13-09 10:56 AM   #36 
  - I don't know why people...  Deadric Damodred   Jun-13-09 11:13 AM   #38 
     - Deadly up to a mile.  gorfle   Jun-15-09 07:00 AM   #67 
  - He probably had this rifle for 50 years, or got it from an uncle, or bought it from some  old mark   Jun-13-09 05:24 AM   #28 
  - That's about the same age and similar to the Remington that my dad used to teach me about firearms  slackmaster   Jun-13-09 10:52 AM   #34 
  - If it was made before 1968, it wouldn't have needed a serial # on it...  Endangered Specie   Jun-13-09 03:18 PM   #45 
     - Just think of how much deadlier that rifle would be if it DID have that shoulder thing that goes up!  slackmaster   Jun-13-09 03:24 PM   #46 
     - Ed or Rachel had her on this week  krispos42   Jun-13-09 08:12 PM   #50 
     - I suspect...  Deadric Damodred   Jun-14-09 09:35 PM   #55 
     - No serial number  gorfle   Jun-15-09 07:01 AM   #68 
        - Most guns of the period weren't serialized. (n/t)  benEzra   Jun-15-09 08:07 AM   #72 
        - Yours may have it  michreject   Jun-15-09 08:39 AM   #75 
        - I have a few firearms that don't have serial numbers  slackmaster   Jun-15-09 09:08 AM   #79 
        - My Winchester "ought-3" in .22 WAR (made in 1905) has a serial...  SteveM   Jun-15-09 11:13 AM   #87 
        - I know of a Ithaca 1911 .45...  virginia mountainman   Jun-15-09 02:13 PM   #93 
 

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