This is a discussion on WW2 Weapon Turned in During Gun Buy-back Program within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; At least they decided to save the weapon and not destroy it, great piece of history and it looked like it was in great condition....
At least they decided to save the weapon and not destroy it, great piece of history and it looked like it was in great condition.
unless she has the paperwork i believe it will be destroyed.....im pretty sure this gun needed to be registered with the nfa if not goes back to the shredder.....so sad. When i saw this i was thinking Singer 1911
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