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Mar 7 17 4:31 AM
We'll to see you in October.. don't worry there's enough guns and ammo to go around.. No way we'll leave you empty handed at the range.If I remember when preparing for the trip I'll load you some boattailed bullets for my lee metford.. They'll keyhole
We'll to see you in October.. don't worry there's enough guns and ammo to go around.. No way we'll leave you empty handed at the range.
If I remember when preparing for the trip I'll load you some boattailed bullets for my lee metford.. They'll keyhole
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Mar 13 17 3:25 AM
PommyB wrote:Paul, very happy to see you'll be joining us in October.....I'll volunteer to help you find a six-groove Snider, as I've picked out a few in years past.
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Apr 8 17 11:06 PM
Snortch wrote:I hate to harp on the same thing...but hotel rooms!
Apr 8 17 11:09 PM
3miles2Gburg wrote:...hadn't checked this thread yet for 2017. It's only March and we are four pages in.
Michael: I volunteer for whatever you need me for.
All - any requests for my display this year? More than happy to assemble a grouping of "not normally seen" Martinis: M-H Mark I - VI, six/seven variations of Nepalese Francottes (w/without thumbrest, short & long nocks, safety and welded safety, barrel cross pin/no pin), six distinct types of Gehendras including carbine, Kabul Arsenal Martinis, Percussions, and cannon, Egyptian Martinis & Greeners (Khartoum, Citadel, Brit), Greeners in Police, GP, EP, and cadet, harpoon, Mark IVs in all flavors and colors, Multi-varietal Martini Muscats .... no problem to set something up and bring them.
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I now have passport.... Strange that it says Single Use Only... maybe my country of birth is telling me something....
On serious note things are falling into place... Can anyone give me a heads up on the not so obvious things that I should leave at home.....
SEE THE LINK BELOW FOR DETAILS AND FORMS:
make sure you speak with Canadian and US customs about trans-shipment and re-entry documentation.
guns made before 1898 are a special class of "non-guns" under US federal law (gun control act of 1968), so ask ATF how they are viewed in re importation permit requirement
Pennsylvania is very gun friendly, so anything you can have in Canada, you can generally have here. guns are not tightly controlled under PA law unless they are carried as concealed weapons which you as foreign visitor may not due, regardless of the firearm type.
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