Can I look up my 4473?
You can email or call FIPB at (202) 648-7120 to check on the status of your request.
Can you request a copy of your 4473?
The ATF is allowed to inspect, as well as request a copy of, the Form 4473 from the dealer during the course of a criminal investigation.
Can I do a NICS check on myself?
The NICS check is operated by the FBI. A person can’t run a NICS check on himself. This background check can only be done if you buy a firearm through a licensed dealer. The Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) are the only entities authorized to run a NICS check.
Do gun stores keep records of receipts?
Yes every FFL dealer must keep a copy of the sales receipt for a firearm. A firearm can be traced from the MFG to the dealer and then to the original purchaser. If the original purchaser sell the firearm he does not need to keep a copy of the receipt and in most states does not need to have a 4473 filled out.
What is the serial number of a Colt 22?
New Line .32 Pocket New Line .38 Pocket New Line .41 Pocket New Police .38, .41 & .32 Open Top Pocket Revolver .22 Pocket or Baby Paterson Colt Conversions top Model 1851 Navy Conversion Model 1861 Navy Conversion Model 1862 Police & Pocket Navy Conversion Richards – Mason Conversion M1860 Army Richards Conversion M1860 Army
What was the serial number of the colt Fluck?
Model 1851 Navy Conversion Model 1861 Navy Conversion Model 1862 Police & Pocket Navy Conversion Richards – Mason Conversion M1860 Army Richards Conversion M1860 Army Thuer Conversion Colt Single Action Revolvers top 1851 Navy 1851 Navy London 1851 Navy (Modern production) 1860 Army 1861 Navy Colt Walker Fluck Pre 1st Model Dragoon
What’s the second digit of a Colt Model number?
The second digit of the model code is the weapon caliber. A 4 is used for .32 to .20, a 6 is used for a a .357, a 7 is used for a .44, an 8 is used for a .45, and a 9 is used for .44 to .40. The third digit is the caliber of the gun.
What does the capital C stand for in Colt serial numbers?
Some are pretty easy to figure out since they are the abbreviation of the weapon name. For example, SA is Single Action, NF is New Frontier, SP is Sporter, MT is Match Target and so on. On the other hand, a capital “C” prefix or suffix is used to indicate that the model is for Commercial use.