Yes they qualify as C&R. The one I am keeping is an AMT. It has a solid bolt and the "pin" (I dont' know if that's the correct term but it's what I'd call it) is welded in place. I don't know if that's right or not, so I don't know how it would sell.
The list. I do not see your guns on it. Correct me if I'm incorrect, but please include the page number and cut/paste it so I can be certain. I have a C&R holder friend who might be interested but he told me the gun is NOT C&R, but if could be proven it is....
I do not hide my Borne Again Christian Beliefs. Do you?
And for the sake of the discussion, it might be "old" enough to be a C&R, but until I see it on the C&R list, I don't think, due to it's desgin, the round and other obvious specifications that it's on the list.
But then, what do I know?
Nothing, I know. lmao
__________________ "No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms" - Thomas Jefferson
My understanding is that if a given firearm is 50 years old from the date of manufacture, it qualifies as a Curio & Relic under the law.
This means you could, for instance, have a first year of production Winchester Model 70 and a last year before the 1964 redesign Model 70 made in 1963 sitting side by side in the gun rack today. In theory, you could ship the rifle made in 1936 to a C&R licensee and be completely legal; that rifle is over 50 years old. However, if you were to ship the mechanically identical Model 70 from 1963, you would be breaking the law.
This is why you can look at the BATFE list of approved C&R firearms and find a section that has individual firearms of various kinds listed by serial number. Someone contacted BATFE and asked if that particular gun was C&R legal, and BATFE approved it as such. When in doubt, contact BATFE and politely ask them to verify that the gun you propose to ship is a genuine C&R.
Sorry I missed all the interest. As it turns out the buyers of both of the Automags I had for sale transferred them through 01 FFL's. Automags are listed, however, on the C&R list on the first page of Section II; page 17 I believe.