Description[Mickey Spillane]. Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless Semi-Automatic Pistol. Serial no. 37603, .32 caliber, 4-inch barrel with fixed front and rear sights. Blued finish. Checkered hard rubber factory grips with carved Rampant Colt logos.
Manufactured in 1906. Sold along with Brauer Bros. leather holster with snap closure.
Condition: Good as refinished. Retaining approximately 90-94% finish with noticeable wear and patches of pitting. Scattered scuffs to grips. Action good. Moderately pitted bore. Normal age wear to leather. From the estate of Mickey Spillane.
NOTE: This lot falls under the Gun Control Act of 1968 and can only be delivered to a buyer who meets Federal and State requirements.
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Fill out Form 4473 in person at our office
Provide a copy of his Texas DL or other state issued picture identification
Pass a background check on the FBI NICS website
Background checks and form 4473 are not necessary if the individual holds a valid Federal Firearms
CHL (Concealed Handgun License) holders will be required to fill out a form 4473.
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Texas residents who do not have a valid FFL license or C & R must provide an FFL dealer to handle the transfer his firearms.
Requirements for Out of State Residents
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An unlicensed person will need to fill out and fax a Transfer Form specifying the FFL holder he wants to handle his firearms transfer
The firearms will then be transferred to the FFL licensee.
A transfer agent will often charge $25 -50 to handle the transfer. Please address the cost with your agent.
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