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I bought my first handgun, a USP .45 full size, last summer and opened the manila envelope containing the test cartridge casing thinking it was part or something. I've heard that it was just a "we test fired this pistol at the factory" thing but I've also heard it was for criminalistic/forensic purposes in which case I would assume it would need to be left sealed. Is opening this envelope a no-no (lower the value of the gun or something) or does it even matter?
 

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The gun is now no good and illegal to own in your state, whatever state that is. My State, however, runs a rehab program of which I am a sponsor. I can provide a warm and loving foster home to your poor USP. I can even send pictures once a month so you can see the progress it makes on it way to rehab. Unfortunately it will have to assume a new identity and will not be told its true origins until it turns 21.
 

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I also run a witness protection program for firearms that have been compromised and will change locations from your state to an unmentioned and undocumented shelf in my safe where it is required to be fired and relocated to a different shelf in the safe every week. in seriousness the shell case is for the communist states to register your gun or casing in this case so if you happen to shoot someone and leave any evidence behind they can be waiting for you at your house sitting on your couch when you get home.:72:
 

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Has anyone ever noticed the name on the envelope? On almost every hk i have it is Morlock, he must get to fire a lot of nice weapons, lucky man
 

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NY you need em... or you'll have to have them test fire the gun.. and i don't think you'll want that to happen.. takes a while.. and they don't love your gun like you love your gun.
 
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