Why are pre 1900 considered antiques and no ffl required but a gun 1 yr later is somehow more dangerous and needs FFl to purchase. I would like to see these rifles (bolt actions) sold as non ffl. Maybe revise the date to 1946 or something in the area. I have not seen anyone shoot up any schools with a mosin or mauser. Let's face it, I don't think a kid could smuggle, let alone handle the recoil and weight of these rifles for long.