Yes Quite a Number of Rules and Regs. One of them was strange like 32cal rimfire. Several boxes of 22lr marked .54 cents. yea I can afford those. The 38 special was in paper box along with 22lr. I snagged about 50 rounds of 30 Carbine ammo (my gopher plinker). If I knew my gunshop wanted some 50 cal he would have had it. But he knows Sheriff and will get it thru him I hope.Old ammo is collectible, particularly the boxes. And boxes with ammo in it can sell for in the hundreds of dollars. I'm sorry you live in a totalitarian state. We find having to register with the gendarmes abhorrent.
Depending on how it's stored ammo can remain useable for a very long time. Wish I had been smarter about the surplus ammo sold by the thousands of rounds at a time that I passed up because it was so available. It's been all but dried up and unavailable for a while now, all that 8mm Mauser, 30.06 and 7.62 x 54R was from WWII and it worked great any time I shot it. Wish I had bought a lot more.Wow you guys are Fast And Good. My Fav gun right now for daily is S&W 9m Ez. I have more steel in my wrist and arm than the gun I bet. Great Gun. Now to do the silly paperwork Monday. Background check and such (hey I follow rules or it bothers me). Sure glad I did not find anything like Live Ordance in this old Marine's House. I did find some 50 cal and ammo of every type. Going thru Sheriff's dept to see who can fire it. If I knew I would have kept the box of 60 year old 38 special I gave them. Wonder if it still fires?
Me too. Gunshop will at least sell it to person who will try. Why is my Question? Makes it Illegal Gun now. But it's 100 years old. Pretty good shape except for the chop job. Sloppy job on stock. Varnish on the barrelThat's really too bad. I hope somebody resurrects it.
Yes, in another box full of Grips. Not for this guy. One of them Mother of Peal. I can post pics tomorrow. What they fit I don't have a clue. Plus some very small magazines. I think S&W. Will post them too"Quite a number or rules and regs".... sounds like my state, California.
Are those the original grips numbered to the gun? If so, they're in great shape!