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Shipping an 1886 revolver?


LEGEN...wait for it... DARY!
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Made by 1898 means it is NOT a firearm, but an antique. No requirements. That means, DON'T declare it as an "antique firearm," either, because they don't know the laws, and will just tell you lies that they can't ship it.


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MAC702 is right, assuming that it is actually manufactured in or before 1898 and not a replica.

If it is a replica, and it is chambered for modern cartridge casings, it may be subject to normal firearm laws.