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    Thanks

    Appreciate all the replies. They are still unaccounted for but ATF and local police notified. I doubt I'll ever get them back. If they were sold to an individual direct I can't see what the incentive to return them would be especially since they most likely knew they were buying stolen rifles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EbrothersMD View Post
    Appreciate all the replies. They are still unaccounted for but ATF and local police notified. I doubt I'll ever get them back. If they were sold to an individual direct I can't see what the incentive to return them would be especially since they most likely knew they were buying stolen rifles.
    Never say never I've had one show up after 9 yeas in the wind. Haven't got it yet but I am "supposed" to get it back.

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    We wrote up an M1icon that a guy got from an old fellow at a gun show who said he had it for 20 years and was selling it to buy his grandson a shotgun. When the buyer got it home, he checked with the local PD who ran it through NCIS... and it came back as stolen in Texas 25 years ago! He had to surrender it while Texas tried to contact the owner. After many months, they were unable to find her and the guy got the gun back.

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