serial numbers

Discussion in 'General Firearm Forum' started by Caseyglock19, Jul 17, 2012.

  1. Caseyglock19

    Caseyglock19 New Member

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    I just got a glock oem barrel for my 19. Does it matter if the serial numbers don't match. If I used this for self defense would there be any legal ramifications? Thanks
     
  2. BLCKWLF

    BLCKWLF GrassHopper

    Absolutely no issues at all! Matching serial numbers are preferred for collectors for their originality. You will have no issues with it.
     

  3. Caseyglock19

    Caseyglock19 New Member

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    Thanks, I didn't think it would be and issue. Any word in the fire ban?
     
  4. BLCKWLF

    BLCKWLF GrassHopper

    I'll check!
     
  5. BLCKWLF

    BLCKWLF GrassHopper

    the state wide ban has been lifted… but some areas are still closed. this is the most recent information i have from BLM.

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    Arizona Strip District

    Effective Friday, June 01 at 00:01 a.m., fire restrictions have been implemented on BLM-administered lands within the Arizona Strip District in Coconino and Mohave counties.

    The following acts are prohibited until further notice:

    1. Open campfires, charcoal grills, or use of briquettes. Devices fueled by petroleum and bottled gas are permitted provided the devices meet the Underwriter's specifications for safety.
    2. Use of fireworks, flares, or other incendiary devices.
    3. Welding or the use of any torch or metal cutting equipment.
    4. Smoking is restricted to enclosed buildings, within an enclosed vehicle and on a paved road or while in an area at least six feet in diameter that is barren or cleared of all flammable material.

    For more information regarding all fire activity within the Color Country Fire Management area including northwestern Arizona and southwestern Utah go to http://www.utahfireinfo.gov or call the Fire Information Hotline at 435-865-4696.

    Phoenix District Office (Hassayampa and Lower Sonoran Field Offices)

    Effective Friday, May 18, 2012, fire and smoking restrictions have been implemented on public lands in south-central and central Arizona.

    Do not build or use a fire, campfire, charcoal broiler or wood stove. Use of propane and petroleum-fueled stoves, lanterns or heating devices is currently allowed.
    No smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building.
    No discharging a firearm (no target shooting or other shooting) outside of taking game in accordance with Arizona hunting laws in hunting season.
    Be aware that driving off-road over dry grass could ignite a fire; be sure that all vehicles and tires are in excellent working order; chains or other recreational equipment must not drag or dangle from the truck or trailer to the ground; secure all recreational equipment; it’s always a good idea to carry a fire extinguisher.

    Kingman Field Office

    Effective Friday, June 29, 2012, fire and smoking restrictions have been implemented on public lands within the BLM Kingman Field Office boundaries. The following acts are prohibited:

    Building, maintaining, attending or using a fire or campfire. The use of petroleum-fueled stoves, lanterns, or heating devices are allowed provided such devices meet the fire underwriter’s specifications for safety.
    Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or recreational vehicle on a paved or improved road, or while stopped in an area at least six feet in diameter that is cleared of all flammable material.
    Using tracer ammunition, explosives, or any incendiary device (including explosive targets); fireworks are always prohibited on public lands.
    Welding, operating a torch with open flame, or operating a device that discharges sparks, or the use of any metal cutting implement.
    Parking (or driving) a motor vehicle, ATV, or UTV off-road on or over vegetation, except when parking in an area devoid of vegetation within ten feet of a roadway, or operating a vehicle off-road within a designated Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) area. Designated OHV areas within the Kingman Field Office, Moss Wash and Sleeping Princess.

    Lake Havasu Field Office

    Effective Friday, June 29, 2012, fire and smoking restrictions have been implemented on public lands within the BLM Lake Havasu Field Office boundaries. The following acts are prohibited:

    Building, maintaining, attending or using a fire or campfire. The use of petroleum-fueled stoves, lanterns, or heating devices are allowed provided such devices meet the fire underwriter’s specifications for safety.
    Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or recreational vehicle on a paved or improved road, or while stopped in an area at least six feet in diameter that is cleared of all flammable material.
    Using tracer ammunition, explosives, or any incendiary device (including explosive targets); fireworks are always prohibited on public lands.
    Welding, operating a torch with open flame, or operating a device that discharges sparks, or the use of any metal cutting implement.
    Parking (or driving) a motor vehicle, ATV, or UTV off-road on or over vegetation, except when operating a vehicle off-road within a designated Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) area. Designated OHV areas within the Lake Havasu Field Office, Standard Wash and Crossroads.

    Yuma Field Office

    Effective Friday, June 29, 2012, fire and smoking restrictions have been implemented on public lands within the BLM within the BLM Yuma Field Office boundaries. The following acts are prohibited:

    Building, maintaining, attending or using a fire or campfire. The use of petroleum-fueled stoves, lanterns, or heating devices are allowed provided such devices meet the fire underwriter’s specifications for safety.
    Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or recreational vehicle on a paved or improved road, or while stopped in an area at least six feet in diameter that is cleared of all flammable material.
    Using tracer ammunition, explosives, or any incendiary device (including explosive targets); fireworks are always prohibited on public lands.
    Welding, operating a torch with open flame, or operating a device that discharges sparks, or the use of any metal cutting implement.
    Parking (or driving) a motor vehicle, ATV, or UTV off-road on or over vegetation, except when parking in an area devoid of vegetation within ten feet of a roadway. Operating a vehicle off-road within a designated Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) area. Designated OHV areas within the Yuma Field Office, Ehrenberg Sand Bowl.

    Safford / Tucson Field Offices

    Effective Wednesday, June 6, 2012, the following acts are prohibited:

    Building, maintaining, attending, or using a fire or campfire is prohibited. The use of charcoal broilers or wood stoves is also prohibited. The use of propane and petroleum-fueled stoves, lanterns or heating devices is allowed on public lands provided such devices meet the fire underwriter's specifications for safety.
    Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building.
    Using tracer ammunition, explosives or any incendiary device (including explosive targets); fireworks are always prohibited on public lands.
    Welding, operating a torch with open flame, or operating a device that discharges sparks.
    Possessing or using a motor vehicle off roads, except when parking in an area devoid of vegetation within 10 feet of a roadway. Operating a vehicle off-road within the designated area of Hot Well Dunes Recreation Area is allowed.