” Cowan’s is pleased to announce the sale of the collection of firearms and militaria from the estate of Richard Wray. Wray, a Cincinnati, Ohio native and former president of The Wray Electric Company, had been a collector of firearms for over 50 years.
Included in this collection are close to 200 firearms, featuring over 90 rare, fresh-to-the-market, Class III weapons. There are no dealer samples and everything is fully transferable in accordance with NFA laws.”
On April 30th one of the finest collections of Class III firearms in private hands will go up for auction . Bidding will be accepted in person or online . The collection is available for preview online now , just click on the page below .
Click on the headline at the top of the page for a fantastic online photo catalog of the entire collection .
Contact our Firearms & Militaria department for additional information – firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-871-1670 ext. 27
NFA rules apply on all purchases of Class III weapons.
Cowan’s Auctions in Cincinnati, Ohio is a recognized dealer in Class III items and is recognized as a (63) NRA Firearms Dealer and will comply with all regulations.
Buyers are expected to know their states laws and regulations on machine guns prior to bidding. The following states do not allow individuals to own machine guns: California, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York and Rhode Island. For more details please visit the website for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives at www.atf.gov.
The three forms necessary to fill out upon purchase of these machine guns will be supplied by Cowan’s Auctions. These forms are: 1) ATF Form #4 (and possibly ATF Form #5) 2) Fingerprint Card, and 3) ATF form 5330.20 Certificate of Compliance.
1 Cowan’s Auction policy is that the buyer will assume all transfer fees relating to the purchase of Class III weapons.
2 All buyers are expected to promptly fill out paperwork and comply with all related laws and regulations.
3 Please allow up to three months, if necessary, for paperwork to be completed to transfer a machine gun.
Cowan’s to sell over 90 Class III Weapons in April 2013 Auction!