For those who is purchasing or purchased a firearm and need to check the serial number go ahead and check if it's clean! This is very usefull and will help everytime you need to check a firearm out.
Good Luck and keep it safe!
Last edited by Mr. X; 03-11-2009 at 10:06 PM.
BTW this should also me a sticky since alot of people can do inforamation when buying a firearm of here or anywere.
Does this cover guns stolen in Fl. or all of the U.S.?
fdle is connected at the federal level so the check should be nationwide.The fdle,s crimanal background check is nationwide
The proof is in the following website of stolen guns. Just type in the serial numbers of the stolen guns from outside of Florida and they don't show up.
If you type in the following serial numbers into the database they show up:
Stolen from house of Mr. Ken Geis on Monday August 25th, 2003. Call Orange County Sheriffs Office in Orlando, FLA at 407 737 2400 with Case Number 03-076628.
Rifle, .22 Cal LR Glenfield semi-auto Model 60, Ser # 18396476
Rifle, .22 Cal Ruger M77/22 Hornet w/ Bushnell Sportview Scope and strap, Ser # 720-56187
Rifle, .22 Magnum bolt action Marlin 883SS w/ strap, Ser # 1321713
Rifle, .30-06 Cal M1 Garand Springfield with strap, Ser # 3838331
Shotgun, 16 Gage side by side J. Stephens Arms, Model 5100 (yellow initials decals on stock, “JZ” for Joseph Zeoli), no serial number, belonged to my Grandfather.
I dont have the paper work or #s anymore cause its been 3 yrs now, but when my house was broken into they stole my fiance's gun. Wonder how far it made it if it traveled.. lol
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So once you report the gun stolen how long does the flyer stays up to? I'm assuming a few months?
I work at a pawn shop, and we just bought a gun that was stolen in 1993.... But we've also had to turn in other guns that were stolen that don't come up on some of these sights
Last edited by DBird; 06-13-2009 at 07:06 AM. Reason: sp.
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