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Industry Circular

Number: 86-8

Date: May 5, 1986

Department of the Treasury

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

Washington, D.C. 20226

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CURIOS & RELICS UPDATE - 1985

Members of the Firearms Industry and Others Concerned

The following listed firearms have been classified as curios and relics during the period January 1985 through March 1986. This list is an addition to the ATF Publication 5300.11 (12/84). The index below gives the starting page for each section in the 1984 publication:

SECTION PAGE

I. Ammunition classified as curios or relics (still under the Gun Control Act of 1968) 1

II. Firearms classified as curios or relics (still under the Gun Control Act of 1968) 10

III. NFA weapons removed from the Act as collector's items and classified as curios or relics (still under the Gun Control Act of 1968) 28

IV. NFA weapons classified as curios or relics (still under the National Firearms Act and Gun Control Act of 1968) 49

SECTION II

Colt, Mark IV, Government Model, commemorative "Michigan State Police 60th Anniversary", 1917-1977. The left side of slide engraved with scroll pattern and depicts 4 modes of transportation; Horse, Motorcycle, Auto and Helicopter, serial numbers 1 of 1608 etc.

Harrington and Richardson, Model 999, revolver, caliber 22 Long rifle, barrel 6 inch, 110th year commemorative, serial number from 001 to 999. Hopkins and Allen, Model 1901, "FOREHAND", caliber .32 S&W long.

Iver Johnson Arms, Pistol, caliber .380, U.S. Border Patrol 60th Anniversary commemorative, serial USBP 0001 to USBP 5000.

Marlin, Model 336 TS carbine, caliber 30-30, Powell Wyoming 75th anniversary commemorative, having PW serial number prefix.

Remington, Model 12, rifle, caliber .22 short, long rifle, and 22 Remington Special manufactured by Remington Arms, Union Metallic Cartridge Co., Remington Works, Ilion, New York from 1909 to 1936.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Nagant revolver, model 1895, caliber 7.62 Nagant and .22 caliber, all variations, manufactured by the Tula Arsenal, Tula, Russia, after 1898.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, model TT, 1930, pistol, caliber 7.62, manufactured at the Tula Arsenal, Tula, U.S.S.R., from 1939 through 1956.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, model TT, 1933, pistol, caliber 7.62, manufactured at the Tula Arsenal, Tula, U.S.S.R., from 1933 through 1956.

Russian (U.S.S.R.) Tokarev, model TT R-3, .22 caliber, pistol.

Russian (U.S.S.R.) Tokarev, model TT R-4, .22 caliber, pistol.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tula Korovin, Tk, .25 ACP caliber, semi-automatic pistol.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), model 1891, Mosin-Nagant rifles, caliber 7.62 x 54R and .22 caliber, all models and all variations, manufactured after 1898 (i.e., M1891/30, M1910, M1938, and M1944).

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, semi-automatic rifle, model 1938 (SVT38 ), caliber 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture.

Russian, (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, semi-automatic rifle, model 1940 (SVT40), caliber 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, semi-automatic carbine, model 1932 (non-standard), caliber 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, semi-automatic carbine, model 1940 (SVT40), caliber 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture. Russian (U.S.S.R.), Simonov, semi-automatic rifle, model SKS, caliber 7.62 x 39, of Soviet manufacture.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Dragunov, semi-automatic rifle, model SVD, caliber 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture, Soviet military issue only.

Smith and Wesson, Model 53, Remington Jet Center Fire Magnum, caliber .22.

Springfield Armory, Inc., Korean War Commemorative .30 Caliber, M1 Garand Rifle with gold plated swivels, rear sight base, windage knob, elevation knob, rear sight aperture and front sight. All other parts blued. Mark- ings indicating reference to the Korean War are on the operating rod and receiver. The stock has a glossy finish and bears a medallion. Serial numbers from KW0001 to KW1000. Swiss Schmidt Rubin, Model 1911, rifle made into a harpoon gun, caliber 12mm.

Winchester, Model 1894, Texas Sesquicentennial rifle and carbine, caliber .38-55.

SECTION III

Marlin, Model 94, carbine, caliber .32-20, with 15-1/4 inch barrel, serial number 376900.

Winchester, Model 1873, carbine .44-40 with 14 inch barrel, serial number 710976B.

Winchester, Model 1892, carbine, caliber .32-20, with 14 inch barrel, serial number 850556,

Winchester, Model 1892, carbine, caliber .32-20, with 15 inch barrel, serial number 475520, 807957.

Winchester, Model 1892, carbine, caliber .38-40, with 15 inch barrel, serial number 832039.

Winchester, model 1892, carbine, caliber .44-40, with 14 inch barrel, serial number 319250, 323300, 323428, 823943, 842679, 976596, 979227, 980097, 987305.

Winchester, Model 1892, carbine, caliber .44-40, with 15 inch barrel, serial number 414906, 756846, 997305.

Winchester, Model 1894, carbine, caliber .30-30, with 15 inch barrel, serial number 368971, 447421, 495342, 839880, 1013465, 1021495, 1052749.

SECTION IV

Brevettata, Model F.N.A.- B 1943, submachinegun, caliber 9mm Parrabellum, with an 8" barrel, serial number 5391. Browning automatic rifle (BAR), Model 1918A2, manufactured by New England Arms Corporation prior to 1946.

Chinese manufactured copy of the U.S. 60mm mortar manufactured prior to 1946.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Federov, automatic rifle, model 1916 AVF (Avtomat), caliber 6.5 x 50.5SR (6.5mm Japanese), of Russian manufacture.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Simonov, automatic rifle, model 1936 AVS (AVS36), caliber 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manu- facture.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Tokarev, automatic rifle, model 1940 AVT (AVT40), caliber 7.62 x 54R, of Soviet manufacture.

Russian (U.S.S.R.), Stechkin, automatic pistol, model APS, caliber 9 x 18 (Makarov), of Soviet manufacture.

United Defense Supply Corporation, Model U.D. 42, sub-machinegun, caliber 9mm Parabellum, as manufactured by Marlin Firearms Company, New Haven, Conn.

U.S. M 4 Survival Rifle, caliber .22 Hornet, as issued by the government, manufactured in the United States and Canada by Harrington and Richardson Arms Company.

Inquiries concerning this circular should refer to its number and be addressed to the Associate Director (Compliance Operations), Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms, Room 7209, Washington, DC 20226.

Stephen Higgins

Director

 
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