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Delasangre4231

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Depending on when it was posted, they have no idea who owns it now.:D
Unless the cross reference with the database they aren't keeping to see who you transferred it to or didn't transfer it to. I got a call from the local FBI field office about a WASR 10 I sold years back. The ATF/DEA had seized it in a raid a few cities over, anyways the FBI agent said the guy I sold it to had sold it and it had transferred hands an unknown amount of times after that. Well lucky for me I had a bill of sale and I sent that off and they said thanks for the help and that was the end of that. So trust me, they have a way to see these things.
 
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Unless the cross reference with the database they aren't keeping to see who you transferred it to or didn't transfer it to. I got a call from the local FBI field office about a WASR 10 I sold years back. The ATF/DEA had seized it in a raid a few cities over, anyways the FBI agent said the guy I sold it to had sold it and it had transferred hands an unknown amount of times after that. Well lucky for me I had a bill of sale and I sent that off and they said thanks for the help and that was the end of that. So trust me, they have a way to see these things.
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Unless the cross reference with the database they aren't keeping to see who you transferred it to or didn't transfer it to. I got a call from the local FBI field office about a WASR 10 I sold years back. The ATF/DEA had seized it in a raid a few cities over, anyways the FBI agent said the guy I sold it to had sold it and it had transferred hands an unknown amount of times after that. Well lucky for me I had a bill of sale and I sent that off and they said thanks for the help and that was the end of that. So trust me, they have a way to see these things.
It was wise to get a bill of sale, but not so long ago it was not required. In your case it was a very good thing, but what if you told them that you didn't remember who you sold it to.? There is nothing that they could have done to you. Person to person transfers were a regular thing, although I always checked up or knew the person I sold a gun to.
 
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The tan one I spray painted is a S&W M&P15 Sport Gen1 that I bought at Cabela's in Glendale, AZ in 2012 for $500. It's been my home defense and truck rifle ever since. His name is Rocky after my dog that passed away at 17 in 2017.

The black one I pieced together when I was living in Phoenix, Arizona. I forgot what exact parts I used for the build, but I know the upper is Palmetto State Armory and it's a New Frontier Armory C-4 lower. Recently bought the handguard from member Joe Link. Much obliged Joe; it's look amazing now! Her name is Abby after a dog of mine died in 2013.

Got some Glocks too I'll post later.

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B&T made a small run of 400 of these Sites Spectre pistols that are still available if you look.


First of all. SITES is the name of the Italian factory and or company that made them originally. The B&T KH9 is very close but not the same gun. B&T also took over the manufacture of the old Steyr SPP 9mm pistol.
 
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Pre-ban Italian SITES Spectre 9mm pistol. Imported from the mid 80's until Billy boy's ban took effect.




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It wasn’t “Billies” ban that stopped these from being imported, it was Bush the elder that did the import ban by executive order ...

We always blame the democrats for taking away our gun rights, but it the republicans that have done the most damage ... in recent history, Ronald Reagan limited our machine guns by EO, then George Bush the senior took our imports... wet willie Clinton only put a temporary ban on domestic firearms and defined / enforced the parts count to determine an import weapon, prior to that, the maker of the receiver determined if it was an import, because the receiver “was” the gun.
 
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Instead of posting a hundred pics (I’m a collector) I figured I would just post the picture I took today while organizing. Here’s my two favorite ARs that I currently own.

1- Colt M4a1 Carbine with the awesome Socom 14.5” barrel, US GOVT property marked, coming up on 18k rounds (barrel replaced at 15k), with eotech exps3, LMT sopmod stock, And Surefire Scout with Sr07(plus what came on it from colt which was the Matech back up iron sight, KAC RAS rail, and KAC VFG

2- BCM BCM4 with BCM BFH upper 14.5”, same set up as the colt. Coming up on 4K rounds (yes it’s a baby). BCM marked Troy BUIS, BCM VFG, BCM panel covers, BCM gunfighter comp etc.

The colt is my HD gun and has been for a few years now (about 5). Train hard with it. The BCM is more of a safe queen with the occasional weekend blasting. Although I did run it hard in a class this summer just to see how she would do.

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