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Thanx--but, this can't be right. It looks like 40 states allow private ownership of MG's. I know only 5 or 6 do. CA is down as allowing with rarely-issued permit. iI know this is untrue. Only cops, security guards, etc, may possess, and they can't Own it--it must belong to the dept. also, I don't see a reference to the 9th ct. ruling--I'll try to email the writer. Another Dumb one--what is C&R--Curios and relics? Pre-1898 and/or a pattern before 1898?

--Thanx again; Dan-oh.
 

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C&R is as you said, check the BATF list below.
http://www.atf.treas.gov/firearms/curios/sec4.htm
A C&R license allows you to transfer NFA weapon directly without going through a Class III dealer from out of state. C&R NFA (receivers were original as is) cost more than non-C&R(tube gun, side plate gun, re-manufactured/re-weld, etc.).
 

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Yes, kali does allow private ownership of FAs! However most cannot afford to meet the requirements they have on security and most police agencies in kali will not sign the form 4 so you can buy one. The regs are over ½" thick.
40 would be about right now with Kansas and another state (?) recently allowing them.
C&R is all weapons made between 1899 and about 1955. Antiques are all made 1898 or before. Any new receiver made post 1955 or such is considered a modern firearm, such as any FAs with a new made receiver.
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