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stevofarmboy1stevofarmboy1 Member Posts: 1

Does it matter when a Zulu rifle made around the 1840s was converted to shotgun to qualify as an antique?


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    nmyersnmyers Member Posts: 16,879 ✭✭✭✭

    The date(s) of conversion don't matter.

    But, "Zulu" is a type of firearm, not a manufacturer. It is an "antique" in the US only if that particular firearm was made in, or before, 1898; modifications don't matter.


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