(I imagine this question has been asked here many times, but I have not yet figured out how to search the Forums, rather than Google as a whole. Sorry if this is something I should have been able to find on my own.) Is a Marble's Game Getter with 15-inch barrels legal to own (at least if it was not "registered prior to the 1968 amnesty" - that is one thing I did find on Google)? It's kind of a long story, but there was a gun store where I live (Milwaukee, WI) that used to have a variety of weapons mounted high on the walls as decorations. This included some things that must have been deactivated, like an 88mm Panzershreck rocket launcher, and some things that were just neat, like a Hopkins & Allen single shot .22 pistol. Among them was a very early Marbles Game Getter, and there was a long running conversation about whether it was legal if not deactived. It had probably been on the wall since before 1968 - it was an old gun store. All of these things disappeared when the store went out of business in the late 1990's. Reading up on Hopkins & Allen reminded me of the whole collection, and of the Game Getter in particular. I realize that probably no-one here is a lawyer, but if anyone has a good idea, I would be glad to hear it! Thanks.