This rifle could have very easily killed this young man. This dealer should be ASHAMED. He did not get the name of the dealer. I am not sure if he has a business. No 4473 was required for this purchase. I am furious and disappointed in our 2A community with such lack of integrity!
And then take the information to Big Pop. Maybe he could pressure the seller to refund guys money or get banned from future shows. It's worth a try.Get a description of the dealer and approximate location in the show, maybe one of us knows who it was. I know around half or so of the dealers at most shows.
If he had 6 tables I have a good idea who it was.
Long story short YES.
Mr. Bert I believe it is Chinese. Not sure on the barrel type. My buddy has taken the rifle to his nearest gunsmith to see about repairs but that particular guy declined to work on it. They are supposed to be following up with another gunsmith.I'm on you side and would be pissed. However, at this point, I'd concentrate my efforts on fixing the kid's gun, if possible. What SKS is it, Chinese, Russian, Yugoslovia, etc? Is the barrel pinned or threaded?
I love the sks, ak format but I stir clear of the sks with ak mags.You never know who did the conversion, a knowledgeable gunsmith or Bubba.Mr. Bert I believe it is Chinese. Not sure on the barrel type. My buddy has taken the rifle to his nearest gunsmith to see about repairs but that particular guy declined to work on it. They are supposed to be following up with another gunsmith.
That would knock the shows down to maybe 50 tables around here. I rarely have a gun on the table so no need for an ffl. If i do it’s something I’ve had a while that’s been replaced or just no need for anymore.I haven’t been to a show in several years but an FFL is not usually but probably should be required to rent a table.