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 Curio & Relic (C&R) License: What it is and how to get one! 
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hartcreek wrote:
I read over that list looking for firearms that I own but it looks like a typical list some fool crat would make......for example my S&W 624 made in 1985 is on it but my Star Model B made in 1945 is not nor is my model 19 Marlin.


Gotta read the definition.

A firearm is C&R if it is 50 years old OR it is on the list. So anything over 50 won’t necessarily be on the list.

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Wed May 05, 2021 9:40 pm
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Bridger81 wrote:
MadPick wrote:
As I recall, my original came with the C&R gun list . . . I think? But that was a long time ago, maybe they don't do that anymore, or maybe I'm not remember correctly. Both seem quite possible. :bigsmile:

An example bound book page and a link to the C&R list are in the first post of this thread.


Thanks, I've got that. I just expected a bit more in the envelope, that's all.


I just wanted to update the thread. I received my information packet about 2 weeks after receiving my license. It had most of the information I had been expecting, except it was missing a pamphlet on reporting stolen or lost firearms, which is available online.


Wed May 19, 2021 12:15 pm
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I wanted resurrect this thread. I have been a 03 C&R holder and it has saved me a fortune in transfer fees. Now as we approach Jan1 2024 I was starting to think "Is it was worth keeping?". Reading the new laws it seems not. Then today my renewal arrived in the post from the ATF. Anyone offer any insight?


Mon Dec 11, 2023 4:19 pm
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redstar wrote:
I wanted resurrect this thread. I have been a 03 C&R holder and it has saved me a fortune in transfer fees. Now as we approach Jan1 2024 I was starting to think "Is it was worth keeping?". Reading the new laws it seems not. Then today my renewal arrived in the post from the ATF. Anyone offer any insight?
Seems more useful than ever since you should be able to avoid the waiting periods.

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Mon Dec 11, 2023 5:30 pm
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Maybe I should actually read the final law instead of reddit.

RCW 9.41.113
(4) This section does not apply to:
(i) A sale or transfer when the purchaser or transferee is a licensed collector and the firearm being sold or transferred is a curio or relic;

I remember something in class about "go to the primary source".

Looks like I'll be renewing.


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