I assume your son does not live with you (under the same roof).
(If he does live with you, they probably won't transfer his guns to you because your son can/may access to them.)
I suggest calling your FFL to get the details for the transfer.
In my county, we have to hire a licensed FFL that's...
I would agree with your gunsmith., reaming out the rifling on the 22 bbl may not be a good idea. When shot the bullet might be like a pinball traveling down the barrel. just a thought.
How about a .410 for rat control? Maybe a shockwave in .410 or the S&W Governor, Taurus Judge revolvers.
Reloading for hunting with different grains and different bullets... I would keep them labeled or separate in something like a couple of MTM ammo box. This way you can keep take of the different cartridges.
But if they're all the same spec, keep them in a ammo can.
Maybe they were either a H&R pardner or Stevens shotgun. They're usually priced in that ball park. I've handled both at a LGS last yr. The H&R was heavy and cycling is rough. The Steven was a little better ( a maverick is better than either.) But for the money/ for someone that wants a shotgun...
She found a bad time to look for a firearm. But then again, so did many other newbies.
All the local big box stores on L.I. are cleaned out of H.D. shotguns (Moss, Maverick, savage, Rem..)
All the Walmarts on L.I stop selling firearms (except one- but they're sold out anyway.)
Even the LGS in...
A Henry lever action in .22LR will be your least expensive lever action to purchase & shoot..
Any brand of lever action chambered in .357 will be harder to find and expensive. .357 lever action is in high demand.
I own a few lever actions.. everything from big bore to pistol calibers. old...
He has to registered his rifle with NYPD. It is a NYC rule.
(NYC resid. are requires to posses a rifle/ shotgun permit in order to own either. )
I would try to go back to the store with your receipt & paperwork to get the NICS check#. They should have it on file.
F/S: Vintage O.F. Mossberg & Son 146B-A .22 bolt action rifle. in very good condition. 24 inch barrel with bright shinny bore. American dark walnut Monte Carlo stock. peep sight. Shoots .22 LR or .22 short. Price $300 Cash. Transfer at an FFL. Buyer is responsible for FFL fee.
"THOMPSON – On August 20, 2020, State Police have arrested Theo Gilbert, age 19 of Rock Hill, for stealing guns and coins from his friends.
Gilbert is charged with Grand Larceny 3rd degree, a felony. State Police say their investigation revealed that while Gilbert was staying with family...