Hey all, Just had a buddy call and ask my opinion on the legality of a full auto arm. Turns out a buddy of his, I don't know who, had an uncle that died and he was his sole heir. The guy had a lot of guns and in his safe was what was described to me as a "Korean War souvenir full auto rifle." Have no idea what it is. My friend wanted to know if there was a way that this bring back could be transferred to his nephew and be legal today. I told him that if it had not been registered in the 1968 amnesty and was "off the records" until his death then it COULD NOT be transferred to an individual for ownership. Am I right? Or is there a way that his heir, his nephew, can own this souvenir and have it remain operational? If he can't have it transferred to his name and own it, can he sell it to a Class 3 dealer or an SOT? What can he do with it....turn it in? Thanks for the help. Nalajr Wanna kill these ads? We can help!