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    Posted: May 28 2020 at 10:09pm
 i have the 'old ones' , first three are antique so no FFL required , make me an offer 
they all have slings and all bayonets have decent scabbards 

an 1863 P1853 w/bayonet  , EIC  , i think this is a wall hanger only 

a 1871 LSA snyder conversion w/bayonet , 

an 1874 martini mkII w/bayonet , 


a 1902 BSA long lee enfield mkI* w/1888 bayonet , scabbard , frog , with cleaning kit in the buttrap 
this one is requiring an FFL , thinking $1200 - have about 1400 in it , 




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Hmmm. I wonder if the Snyder or Martini would be importable by me into Canuckistan?
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Trudeau would call it a military assault weapon.
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yes - i think that would be an issue between countries , id love for you to have them , 
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Methinks Monday I'll call the Firearms officer's office
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What asking price on the P '53  'square?
 
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No problems exporting/importing either the M-H or Snider.   (With an 'I"  not 'Y'.)   :-)
Done it a good few times.
If I get my seeding finished, I'll look out the valid customs declaration form you stick on the package.
 
Most are never even opened to check them by customs if accompanied by said form.
 
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Well, thats a ray of good news.
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Pukka.. I'm assuming wheat, Canola and some barley? "Stewards of the land" have taken extreme advantage of the decent weather and been sending like crazy in Manitoba! Best of luck to all those that feed us!
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im open to discussion and any offer and to shipping where legal , im too old to go to jail over a museum piece these days , my spelling was always the bane of my mothers existence - could never understand that it didnt make perfect sense to me - and it never did , nor did punctuation , 
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Covering Letter.
 
I use these if importing or exporting between Canada and the US;
 
If you are importing Antique firearms into the U.S. Cut and paste the following letter. Print a copy and attach it the shipment or carry it with you to present to Customs.

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To whom it may concern,


The enclosed firearm was manufactured in or prior to 1898 and meets the definition of an antique firearm under Title 18 Chapter 44 section 921 (a) (16) of the Gun Control Act of 1968. For the purposes of importation under Part 47, this firearm is defined as not a firearm in Subpart B section 47.11. Part 178 Subpart G 178.115 makes the importation of this firearm an exempt importation. No ATF Form 6 import license is required.


This firearm is being imported for personal use and is not for resale. This firearm is exempt from duties as an Antique under HTS 9706.0000.60.
 
 
Add a description such as ,  "Antique, Martini Henry" and it's date/age.  No troubles to import/export  with this form.
 
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