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Sold Parting with my spectacular 1921AC Colt Thompson at Morphy auctions Nov 17th

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  1. LightGuy

    LightGuy Three Time F1 World Champ
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    David
    I hunted down this exact Colt for over 2 years before finally purchasing it a few years ago but now in retirement need to thin the herd.
    Selling off the "Museum pieces" that I dont shoot and a few duplicates.
    Its like selling off a limb. :(

    https://auctions.morphyauctions.com/_N__SPECTACULAR_HIGH_ORIGINAL_CONDITION_COLT_1921A-LOT518503.aspx

    Also selling this never arsenal refinished M1A1 in great condition. For some reason the pictures amplify what few imperfections are there.
    The gun looks excellent in person.


    https://auctions.morphyauctions.com/_N__HIGH_CONDITION_ORIGINAL_FINISH_U_S__PROPERTY_M-LOT518519.aspx

    Also this very fine and rare 100 round Colt drum

    https://auctions.morphyauctions.com/THOMPSON_100_ROUND__C__DRUM_MAGAZINE_-LOT520721.aspx
     
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  3. GatorFL

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    Nov 18, 2005
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    Wow! Wish I had my ATF papers for that M1A1. GLWS.
     
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  4. Sleestak

    Sleestak Karting
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    You don’t need to have “ATF papers” to transfer and purchase. You just need to find NFA dealer in Florida (there are many) and have them transfer the weapon (Form 3) from the NFA dealer in Texas. As soon as you FL NFA dealer receives the weapon, he would process an Form 4 to your name. You complete two form 4s, get two finger print cards, two passport photos, add a check for $200 for the transfer tax fee and send everything into the NFA (National Firearms Act) Branch of the ATF. It will probably take 6 to 10 months to process the Form 4. The wait for process sucks, but worth it.

    Eric

     
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  5. GatorFL

    GatorFL Moderator
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    For some reason I thought it was a couple years to do this.
     
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  6. 285ferrari

    285ferrari Two Time F1 World Champ
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    Robbie
    WOW!! Beautiful guns---I have a full auto MAC 11 I'd like to get rid of.
     
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  8. Jdubbya

    Jdubbya Two Time F1 World Champ
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    Looks like both did well. Congrats!!
     
  9. tomkatf

    tomkatf F1 Rookie
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    I'd love to have an M1A1... my dad carried one in the Pacific... Only thing I have now is this, a dummy receiver with everything else real WWII era Savage parts from a "parts kit" I bought years ago. :(

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