"Any firearm with a receiver actually made before Jan 1, 1899 is legally "antique." and not considered a "firearm" under Federal law." Unless it is auto fire or falls under the NFA rules for some reason. If you ever watched Pawn Stars they do not have an FFL and only deal with weapons made before the date above.
You do have to go to the customs office sand then a legal office that customs will refer you to to do the forms and I beleive they have to go back via USPS Registered Mail.
The problem is that the Afghans are pretty adept at making copies of firearms.
Have a nice day at the range
NRA Life Member
Last edited by Eghad; December 5, 2012 at 07:54 PM.