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John Barleycorn, SASS #76982

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  1. For sale an excellent custom leather gun stock cover for Marlin 1894. This is the Buffalo Bill model with 38 caliber loops. Made by gunstockcovers.com it sells new for $85 with a 65 day wait. Get this one now for $59 shipped.
  2. I’ll be there. I have a bag of pink clay buster wads to trade for a bag of gray wads, or I’ll buy a bag or two from you. I’m also buying guns.
  3. Don’t know why my comments got merged. But I’m open to offers from anyone
  4. I wasn’t sure, I thought they might indicate head space. Feel free to make an offer.
  5. SOLD Parts bin clean up. For sale a pair of Cowboy & Indian short stroke links unknown generation $99 shipped
  6. Cleaning out the parts bin. For sale a pair of polished links and lifter arm for Uberti 1873 or 1866 $89 shipped
  7. So you’re saying you don’t use the name of the establishment that’s on the FFL? You address to the buyer? How can it be delivered if the buyer if he’s not in the store when it arrives? UPS lets someone not named on the box sign?
  8. How about these stupid hydration bars where hung over folks go for saline and vitamin IV’s.
  9. For sale two gun sleeves 37.5” long 7.5” at the opening $59 shipped
  10. For Sale two gun sleeves 37.5” long 7.5” at the opening $59 shipped
  11. Not necessary 18 USC 921(a)(17): (B) The term "armor piercing ammunition" means- (i) a projectile or projectile core which may be used in a handgun and which is constructed entirely (excluding the presence of traces of other substances) from one or a combination of tungsten alloys, steel, iron, brass, bronze, beryllium copper, or depleted uranium; or (ii) a full jacketed projectile larger than .22 caliber designed and intended for use in a handgun and whose jacket has a weight of more than 25 percent of the total weight of the projectile. In both parts A and B, the regulation is applied to the projectile, in other words, the bullet. Also in parts A and B of the definition, the emphasis is on the use of a bullet that involves a handgun. So the difference between ammunition and armor-piercing ammunition is the designed intent. One describes the intent of the round to be used in a handgun while the other focuses on if that bullet could possibly be used in a handgun. All of this came about with the rise in popularity of AR-15 pistols in which you would still use a .223 round, which is what most AR-15 rifles use. An exception has been made by ATF for certain bullets.
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