At some point during a antique collector’s life they may require a Curio and Relics License or the service of a Federal Firearm License (FFL) dealer to purchase or to transfer a firearm. The Curio and Relic License allows collectors to acquire firearms directly without having to go through a background check, known as the National Instant Criminal Background check. In order to qualify, the firearm must be over 50 years old or be certified as a curio or a relic, or “derive a substantial part of their monetary value from the fact that they are novel, rare, or bizarre.” If the weapon is older than 1898 and not designed to use rimfire or centerfire ammunition is exempt.
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