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Thought I would post a couple pics of my Colt 1908 that I got back from CCR.

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Nice! CCR does fine work.


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Gorgeous. Is that CPII Dusk? I love that finish.

Do you have any "before" photos?
 
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That is Black Cera Hide. I do have some before pics just have to remember where I put them. Will post when I find them.
 
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Nice
 
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Niiiiiceeee! Looks brand new.
 
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Niiiiiceeee! Looks brand new.


CCR does work magic when refinishing guns Smile
 
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If you are not already a Type 03 FFL, I highly recommend it.
 
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If you are not already a Type 03 FFL, I highly recommend it.


What advantage would that give me?
 
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If you are not already a Type 03 FFL, I highly recommend it.


What advantage would that give me?

I used to have an 03 ffl but let it expire. It allows you to have eligible curio and relic firearms delivered directly to your home without the hassle of tranfers, etc through a local gun store/dealer.
 
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Originally posted by Woodman:
If you are not already a Type 03 FFL, I highly recommend it.


What advantage would that give me?

I used to have an 03 ffl but let it expire. It allows you to have eligible curio and relic firearms delivered directly to your home without the hassle of tranfers, etc through a local gun store/dealer.


Thanks. I remember reading about the Type 03 FFL several years back but never really thought about getting one. Guess it is worth thinking about.
 
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While I rarely use it these days it retains its value x10. Visiting a garage sale in a liberal area, loudly asking about FIREARMS, and then stating, "Yes, I'm a federally licensed collector. Firearms? Long rifles? Did Uncle Todd leave a box of old stuff? You're not quite sure what to do with it?"

I always give them plenty of time to get a picture of me, my vehicle, and my license plate. Never ever had an issue.
 
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Very nice looking. Congrats
 
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