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ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
edited August 2003 in Ask the Experts
I just bought a rifle from a non FFL holder here on gunbroker. My FFL is under the impression that the seller must send it through an FFL to him. Is this true? Or are rifles okay to send from non-FFL to FFL? Please include where to find proof to back up your reply, it's not that I don't trust you, it's that my FFL needs hard evidence.Thanks-

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  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I need help in taking the forend (wood pc.) off a Ithaca 49 22 cal. Saddle Gun.
    I've got a manual, but it doesn't give enough information. It could
    just be stuck. Help!!!
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Now that I have a price to start my gun at how do I ship it? If I list the gun on gunbroker how do I ship it to the winning bidder. Is there a way I can locate someone with a FFL in the net.
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Where can I find info on a shotgun from Spencer gun co. ie the date of manuf. It is a breakover single shot w/ spencer gun co. on each side. Serial # 200814[This message has been edited by fireman221 (edited 03-15-2002).]
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I bought a pretty nice shotgun..one of those that looked like a Browning auto...except it was a Springfield.I started taking it apart to clean and all sorts of parts fell,dropped out...and for 5 months now I have been looking for someone to help put it back together.The few gunsmiths in my area run backwards at this one ...any help? Thanks fellows
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Hey experts i need some help!!I just got this weapon and have no clue about it. It's a 22lr that on the barrel American Arms Inc nck,mo,, Then on the left side of reciever it has MAR- Made in Italy,-Mod SM64 cal 22lr. Then on right side it has EXP64...It also has a large plastic hollow stock with a barrel that rotates 360..As in the pic it does not have a trigger assembly..Does anyone know about this gun and is it worth trying to fix...Thanks for any help or info,,, gun.jpg

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  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I am trying to find a recoil pad for an inter arms 7mm mag rifle. Any one know which is good and which one will fit. I have tried several but cannot find one to fit.

    Ray

    Moved to correct forum
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I need to know the manufacturer of a gun. It has been described as having a side view of a person holding a sword straight out in front of him as though sword fighting. It is a 22 semi auto pistol
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Will a streamlight m6 fit a HK usp compact .45?
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    i have a marlin model 99m1 good condition how much is it worth
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Recently purchased a Browning 22 pistol
    Trying to find the model and this is what is on the hand gun.

    Browning Arms Company
    Morgan Utah USA Montreal RQ Canada

    Other side has
    22 Long Rifle
    Made in USA

    Wood grips non checkered
    Smooth grips
    With Browning embel in grip
    serial number 655RR01911

    I do not have the manual and was told it is a Challenger but do not see any U in the serial number.

    Any help from anyone would be appreciated. Dwight
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    does any 1 know what a springfield 187n would cost
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    any1 know any thing about this gunSANY0020.jpg
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Im looking into getting my own first deer rifle, to use this season in west river south dakota, gregory county. Ive deer hunted before with my dads rifle, but im going with a group of guys this time, ones who have pretty good experience being out there, anyways im looking for either a .223 or a .270, thats what my friends really suggested, the one major catch is im not looking to spend much at all, 150 or so, condition of the rifle isnt really an issue, im just looking for a gun to possibly use this season and maybe next, there is also many reasons why im only looking to spend only this much. the only thing i really request is a scope with it, what power, or brand, really doesnt matter to me that much, i just dont wanna spend alot of money on my first go out there. Any sites ? Any suggestions at all ? scope reccomondiations ? Pictures ? im open to anything, i live in yankton SD. Thanx alot for your help.


    Vince
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Looking for a manual for Ithaca #49 22 cal. and a manual for
    Ithaca #66 12 ga.
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I am currently not being allowed to place bids on auctions, and was advised by support to contact them at the end of Sept.
    While I am attempting to do that, I am not getting any response.
    If I have screwed up somehow, I would like to know how so I can rectify it.

    vet
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    twenty years ago I was given an arrow collection from the 1934 Dover Shoot. This collection includes arrows owned by Howard Hill (ivory nock), Fred Bear, carl Oschleiger and others. There are 11 arrows, all with swagged broadheads. Also there are "broadheads" in shape of a heart used to cut the rigging from sailing vessels. I had the collection validated by Frank Scott of Bear archery (fred's first salesman and boyer), and no find myself in need of selling the collection. Any idea as to how I might go about selling these items? They were valued at $5,500 six years ago...any help on the direction to take would be very apprciated. There has beeen no refurbishing of these arrows...[?]
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Hi friends of Gunbroker.com, please i would like to know if these guns are collectible or they are valuable. in any way.
    How much I could get for everyone:

    Cal. .22 SHORT
    HI STANDARD
    Olympic
    Model 104
    High Standard MFG. Corp.
    Hamden, Conn, U.S.A
    1621932


    Cal. .22
    HI STANDARD
    Double Nine
    W- 104
    High Standard MFG. Corp.
    1865902

    I have pics, and i can send it to anyone who can help me
    Thank you
    Sincerily
    Joseph Garcia
    Tucson, Az.


    yuppie
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Hello ,I woudl like import few WW guns/P 08,P38 ,Mauser C 96 / to EU and find exporter wich have international export licence, can you hel me? Thanks advance XJR woody
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Can anyone tell me what the Model and Make is. The only identifyable mark is a serial number. It's a 410, with a 32 inch barrell. The gun doesnt weigh much, mabe 2 pounds. The barrell starts out octangular and tapers into a round barrell just in front of the front grip. Any an all info will be appreciated. Hopefully all my photos post (4)

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  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I am looking for WW-11 pouches for 1911A1 magazines.
    I need 6.
    Can anyone help?
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I need a good barrel for a 1917 S&W DA45. Any info. would be appreciated. THANKS Ark Slim
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    i have recently acquired a 12 gauge double barrellshotgun with the following markings in different areas h.s.b., genuine armory steel,
    cruso & co chicago, choke bored, with the same serial numbers on stock, breech, forearm, and barrell. what i've heard.... hibbard spencer bartlett- distributors of and or makers of private firearms. i have been looking for hours and i can't find any infoon the net. can anyone help me?

    heather

    heather
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I need so help here. I need to send a rifle back for repair. I tryed calling the phone number and its not working. The rifle is a AR-7 Industries. The old number is 203-630-3536. Any help is good.
    Thanks

    He who shoots last wins
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Hi, I'm new to buying rifles, although not my first time to hunt. Anyway...I'm prepping for deer season. But what i need to know is, what is the best rifle to buy. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    My Dad was a gunsmith and hated when some one cam in with this problem, so he is rolling in his grave.
    I have a Western Field 16 ga shotgun Model #xnh 5608a
    I took it apart to ship it and sure enough I can't get it back together. Is there a trick? I cant get the forearm with its key to catch anything. THey were made to take apart and clean as they would get sand ant stuff in the mechanisms when hunting in places like Nebraska
    Can't believe I did this
    Thnks for any help in advance
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    i have an old springfield trap door i would like to identify and know what i have. its an origional by the looks of it its well worn. it looks like a model 1873 but it does not have that date on it any where. It has two dates on it 1864 and 1870. I can't locate a serial number anywhere on the rifle but on the trap door near the hinge is the date 1870 with a cowboy hat with 2 crossed arrows and us engraved, and the date 1864 is engraved on the right side just rear of the hammer. Does anyone know where i might be able to look up more info on this? my email is [email protected]
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I am trying to establish a value on an older shotgun to purchase it . It is a 1965 to 1967 vintage. The only name I can find on the shotgun is stamped into the rib. Atlas 65 St. On the right side of the barrel Made In Italy. On the Left it says Vickers Steel. It is a single trigger w/ no barrel selection , w/ a sliding safety . The gun is in about 75 percent comdition but functions well. I shot two rounds of skeet w/ it . I believe it is an Angelo Zoli but am not sure. Also unsure what I should pay for it. It is a 28 Gauge. Thanks for any help.
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I just found some JB Weld that was accidentlly spilled on the stock of my rifle. [xx(] The finish on the stock is Tru-Oil. Anyone know of a way to get rid of this, other than refinishing my stock? Thanks.
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    place,
    I want to buy and sell, but can do nothing for emissions of the table .......
    What should I do?
    Thank you

    You are located in a country other than the United States. Before you can become an active user you must contact customer support and inform us of your intentions on the site.

    what is the support email address?
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  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I have a winchester single shot bolt action .22 rifle which was given to me by my grandfather. It is 60+ years old and I believe it is model 68 (I am not at my home and do not have it in front of me) .

    Was wondering if anyone would know a value of this weapon?

    "single by deceit,parent by choice"
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    Remington model 760 pump action 30-06
    Any appinions on this rifle would be greatly appreciated.
    My last message was a little short and i appoligize guys.
    My son is left handed and we have been looking for a left handed bolt
    action and have not had to much luck unless we buy new and by the time
    we get all the goodys scope etc. about 700.00 range.Been to gun shows etc. etc. and no luck yet. This would be his first rifle and his first
    year with a elk tag in his pocket. We did find this rem 760 today
    and just not sure about it. Reason is i have never owned a pump rifle
    or know any one that has. My son says he likes it and it feels right
    although he has not shot it. Whats your appinion guys ?
    thanks
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I have a .22cal Armi Tanfoglio GT22 pistol and need magazines for it. If anyone can help me out on where to find them I waould greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks
  • ladybugladybug Member Posts: 35 ✭✭
    edited November -1
    I have a 12 guage model number 295 it's a bolt action .. mossberg new haven what's its worth thanks alot
  • rufe-snowrufe-snow Member Posts: 18,409 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    My reference shows that Cruso is a "brandname associated with shotguns made by the Crescent Arms Company of Norwich Conn."
  • Supreme OneSupreme One Member Posts: 1,423 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Hello, a female banker? Are you married? Would you like to be??
    If you are, I wish you the best and sorry for the proposal.

    Michael

    Paranoid keeps you alive, worry just gives you stomach problems.
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  • XracerXracer Member Posts: 1,990 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Ladybug....both you and rufe-snow are right.

    Your shotgun was made by The Crescent Fire Arms Company, in Norwich, CT. The H.D. Folsom Arms Company of New York owned Crescent.

    Cruso was a trade name used by the H. & D. Folsom Arms Company on guns made for the Hibbard, Spencer, Bartlett Company of Chicago.

    Crescent made many, many thousands of inexpensive "hardware store" shotguns in more than a hundred different tradenames for hardware store chains, mail order houses (such as Sears and Montomery Ward), and distributors (such as Folsom).

    While the Crescent-made guns were of the less expensive variety, they were, nevertheless, well-made guns.

    If you're thinking of shooting it, be aware that Crescent manufacture spanned from the blackpowder era into the smokeless powder era. You should take it to a gunsmith to determine whether this a blackpowder or smokeless powder gun. Also, as with any old gun, it should be checked out by a gunsmith for tightness and safety before shooting.

    Hope this helps....and enjoy your Crescent. [:)]
  • kimberkidkimberkid Member Posts: 8,834 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    ladybug welcome.gif to our little group! Sorry but I can't add anything to what Xracer has told you.

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    Michael, besides being the tacky "Supreme One" ... are you also a leach?

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    ? otherwise, you'll find an excuse.
  • captkirk3@dslextreme.com[email protected] Member Posts: 3,804
    edited November -1
    Here's an interesting one for you Guys and Gals..I got a Book here in front of me stating that CRUSCO was made by STEVENS ARMS..!
    They Made the Model 53, .22 L.R.R.F., Single Shot, Takedown, Bolt Action Rifle...and the Model 90. Single Shot Shotgun, Takedown, Automatic Ejector, Hammer, Plain....
    Now I realize That CRESCENT FIRE ARMS CO.,of Norwich, Conn., c.1892, was purchased by H&D FOLSOM in 1893, and absorbed by Stevens Arms and Tool in 1926...Which was absorbed by CUMBERLAND ARMS CO. Made by CRESCENT for Hibbard-Spencer Bartlett Co., HIB SPE BAR --- Abbreviation and Trade name used by Hibbard Spencer, Bartlett Company of Chicago, Ill.Also keep in mind that STEVENS ARMS absorbed PAGE-LEWIS ARMS COMPANY, DAVIS-WARNER ARMS COMPANY AND THE WHOLE KIT AND KABOOTLE WAS OR BECAME A SUBSIDIARY of SAVAGE in 1936...So my question is...Who actually made this gun for CRUSCO? And as far as I know Hibbard Spencer Bartlett was an Arms Dealer and Not a Manufacturer.....I'm going Fishing Now...and will check back this evening Late to see what Rufe-Snow and the troops have to say about this information.......

    Captain Kirk, Tech Staff
  • rufe-snowrufe-snow Member Posts: 18,409 ✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Found this very interesting "Time Line History of the Hibbard, Spencer, Barlett Company" on the net it refers to the "CRUSO" brand name and gives the history of the "CRUSO" use. Also a picture of the "CRUSO" trademark/logo used on the "CRUSO" products.

    http://www.thckk.org/ovb-hist.html



    If memory serves, Savage purchased Stevens in 1920. Even though firearms were made and sold under the Stevens name until the 1940's, Savage was really the big Kuhuna who ran the show.
    When Stevens "absorbed" Folsom/Cresent Arms in the 20's, They might have continued manufacturing "CRUSO" shotguns for H S B?
  • Supreme OneSupreme One Member Posts: 1,423 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Hello, "besides being the tacky "Supreme One" ... are you also a leach?" I feel the need to tell you that I don't care what you think about my name, my reasons are just that, MY reasons. Even if I didn't like your name, I would find it "tacky" to say anything to you about it. That's just plain rude. I had hoped that we, as a society, have moved beyond picking on someone's name. As for the question about being a leach, no I am a human being. Why do you ask? Do you know many leaches who are able to type?

    Michael

    Paranoid keeps you alive, worry just gives you stomach problems.
    - .- -.- . / -- -.-- / .- -.. ...- .. ... . --..-- / .. .----. -- / -. --- - / ..- ... .. -. --. / .. - / .- -. -.-- .-- .- -.-- .-.-.-
    Politics- From the words poly, meaning many, and tics, which are just little blood suckers.
    .-.. .. ..-. . / .. ... / .- / ... . -..- ..- .- .-.. .-.. -.-- / - .-. .- -. ... -- .. - - . -.. / -.. .. ... . .- ... . .-.-.-
    If "con" is the opposite of "pro," then what is the opposite of progress?
    sound
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