What are the procedures to follow a Squibfire in a gun?
Keep the gun pointed at the target at least 30 seconds. If it does not fire, eject the bad cartridge. With the muzzle pointed in a safe direction, use a cleaning rod to check the bore for obstructions. If the bore IS obstructed, do not attempt to fire the gun- take it to a gunsmith to get the obstruction removed.
Of course not. They need follow the proper legal procedures that apply to the particular situation. Of course not. They need follow the proper legal procedures that apply to the particular situation. Of course not. They need follow the proper legal procedures that apply to the particular situation. Of course not. They need follow the proper legal procedures that apply to the particular situation.
The state and Federal laws that govern the sale of firearms apply at a gun show the same as anywhere else. If you are a licensed firearms dealer (and people that are in the business of buying and selling guns for a living are required to BE licensed) you must follow the same rules and procedures as if you were selling a gun in your shop. A private citizen may sell a gun at a…
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It is a meaningless term that sounds good. A dealer, selling firearms at a gun show is subject to the same laws, procedures and recordkeeping he is subject to in his shop. At many shows, a private citizen that has a gun or two they want to sell can do so, subject to the same laws and procedures if they sold their gun at home.
"Licensing" depends on the laws of where you are. In MOST of the US, there is no "License" needed to buy a gun, either at a gun show, or at a dealer. At the risk of being preachy, I have heard the term "gun show loophole" repeatedly in the news. The same laws apply at a gun show as any other time. If you buy a gun from a dealer, whether at a show or…
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Yes- it IS possible- IF you have some skill in metal working. The pressures involved are significant, and can be dangerous IF you do not follow proper procedures. In the US, it is legal to make a gun for your own use, so long as it is a legal type firearm (no sawed off shotguns, machineguns, etc) However, if you are under age, you still cannot legally possess a firearm.