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Antique Guns & Magazines

Q: Is there any exception for historic or antique guns and magazines?

A: Yes, they are exempt from the prohibition against transfer, but if the gun qualifies as an assault weapon it must be registered.

Q: What qualifies as an antique gun or magazine?

A: Any magazine or gun manufactured more than 50 years ago.

Q: I have an antique gun that now qualifies as an assault weapon. Can I transfer it?

A: Yes. As long as the gun is registered, it can be freely transferred to anyone.

Q: I have an antique gun with a magazine that can contain more than ten rounds. Can I keep the magazine?

A: Yes, provided that you register both the gun and magazine using the same simple registration process that is used for assault weapons.