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Old 03-14-2020, 07:29 PM
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Possibly lost my slide for my S&W model 4006. Can't find a replacement as of yet thru Gunbroker or other web sites. Are other models like 4003, 4046, slides interchangeable?
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Old 03-14-2020, 07:38 PM
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4003 slide is exactly the same. The 4046 slide is missing the manual decock lever you will need.

Now what on earth happened to your slide?
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Old 03-14-2020, 07:47 PM
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Note that the .40cal TSW-series pistol slides will not work for your needs.
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I sent it off to get some engraving done. The engraver passed. I'm hoping that maybe after a respectful amount of time, I can persue it's return.
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As an experienced estate administrator for the Court after my LE retirement, check with the Probate Court where your engraver passed. Depending on his financial situation, you may have as little as 90 days to make a claim to get your property returned.
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As an experienced estate administrator for the Court after my LE retirement, check with the Probate Court where your engraver passed. Depending on his financial situation, you may have as little as 90 days to make a claim to get your property returned.
The owner (Bailey) sends his slide to engraver (Bailor)

How can another man's property become part of the engraver's estate.

If the engraver had a **business** engraving wouldn't that be separate from his personal property?

Wouldn't it be the court or administrator's responsibility to keep business and personal separate and get the all of the customers properties back to his clients?

Or is it just the court's responsibility to inform.


If the client isn't able to claim the property within the 90 day period who would then take possession of said property?


When death occurs it it AMAZING how many hands get involved.

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Cautionary statement, the answers to your questions vary greatly based on the location (jurisdiction) involved. So does the terminology, for example, I refer below to the Administrator (usually a person appointed by the Court to administer the estate), if named by will, that person may be called the Executor, or the two lumped together and called a Personal Representative. One or more of these categories may have different powers, backed up or not by a bond, and subject or not to supervision by the Probate Court. The answers below are general and not intended to apply to a specific situation or "legal advice" but merely to suggest points of caution and places for local consultation.

Q: How can another man's property become part of the engraver's estate.

ANS: It shouldn't but a lot depends on how accurate his records are !!!

Q: If the engraver had a **business** engraving wouldn't that be separate from his personal property?

ANS: Yes, but in many places, absent proof to the contrary (see records comment above), possession may be controlling and, if there are insufficient assets even in his business, items may be liquidated and paid out based on a priority schedule.

Q: Wouldn't it be the court or administrator's responsibility to keep business and personal separate and get the all of the customers properties back to his clients? or is it just the court's responsibility to inform?

ANS: In all jurisdictions i am aware of it is the courts duty to inform and supervise the administrator's compliance with applicable statutes and law.

Frequently, this train goes off the rails when the deceased was unable to keep up with his record keeping due to severe illness or sudden death. The administrator is then faced with insufficient info to be able to determine who owned what. If caretakers or family has access to the home or business location and choose to "help themselves" before the administrator gets appointed, the administrator is faced with a very difficult situation. Rightly or wrongly, caretakers or family may feel "entitled" to a preference over the assets that is NOT based on or recognized by the law.

The purpose of filing claims is partly to assist the administrator in filling in gaps in the records so that the administrator has a "bigger picture" of the overall "balance sheet".

Q: If the client isn't able to claim the property within the 90 day period who would then take possession of said property?

The administrator takes possession under any circumstances and determines how the assets are returned or paid out subject to review by or litigation or appeal to the court.

Q: When death occurs it it AMAZING how many hands get involved.

ANS: YES, VERY TRUE STATEMENT !!!! Further, those hands get involved often based on emotion and not law or logic. Example, 40 yrs ago, my grandmother promised me her valuable heirloom necklace so I'll take it so it doesn't get sold to pay the medical bills.
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Numrich has a slide for the 4006.
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Don't wait, you have rights, but they are time sensitive wherever this is being handled.
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If you have any emails or correspondence and or proof of shipping, you may want to dig that up, may help prove he had your slide.

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Op, for the benefit of all of us who deal with leaving guns or major parts with our gunsmiths, please keep us informed of your progress.
In addition, the legal info provided by various members of the community is vital. Perhaps we could even develop a template for both ‘smiths and their customers to provide a paper trail when sending or leaving guns or major parts for work(??) I’m sure such a thing exists somewhere, but there really doesn’t seem to be any consistency even between gunsmiths in the same town.

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