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Thread: getting rid of a faulty gun

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    Just sell it at a gun show or shop. At worst, it'd be a decent parts gun for a smith to have on hand. Don't expect more than ~$30-60 for a broken lorcin, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thricecambria View Post
    It appears that you have two guns
    I know I couldn't remember what it was when i first posted so i just said 9mm.

    it's a .380 and now int he hands of the local pd station, good riddance. Now it's time for me to pick up a new "working" toy.

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    cool, stay away from high point i mean they are like 200 bucks but complete garbage!
    Please Support the AK-47

    iMacGyver

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtyJ View Post
    Pretty sure that's not true bro. You can build your own gun for personal use and it is not required to have a serial number. It's when you possess a gun with the serial number scratched out that you have issues. Trust me on this, I work for an 07 (firearms manufacturer) so I learned all this shit straight from BATFE.
    I know this is my first post here, but I am a gunsmith. Before 1968 I believe guns were not required to have serial numbers, you can't alter a serial number once it is there in anyway.

    I would recommend you wait for a gun buy back program and trade it in for a gift card

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