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High Condition Takedown Model 1894
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October 4, 2015 - 1:54 pm
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Very nice Gun Kirk !

The Blue Coleman Quilted  Jacket in your photo is the best warmest one I have found. I got a seamstress to make coats for my Yorkie that gets cold in Winter,out of one, and he has worn out 2 threadbare. I gave away 1,and have 1 left myself , now cant find this brand

Phil

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Great Model 1894 Kirk.  I wish I was looking for another one right now.  The figure in the forearm wood is gorgeous too.

Brad

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Kirk,

Nice looking 94. Do you have any idea what paperwork would need to be done, and the cost to ship to the US?

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Al

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If the buyer is in the USA and the Winchester is in Canada, the serial number must be sent by the buyer to the BATFE. They approve for import and then the buyer must send me a copy of the approval form. I attach this to the package with the gun and ship to the buyer’s FFL dealer.

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Hi,

Does anyone here know what the hassle is to bring in an old Winchester from Canada to the US? A friend worked in Canada for some time  and would bring back antique Winchesters according to Madis numbers.

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I spoke with a friend who knows the procedure and he said it is a matter of filling out a US import application and then waiting six months for the US import permit. Where you get these applications, I’m not sure. One might find a downloadable on the BATF website. It is the several month wait that is the hard part.

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