So I just found this gun dealer near me who has his business in his garage. I went there for the first time today to see what he had. I am interested in a Spanish Mauser that he has. It's carbine length and in 7.62 NATO. It has some surface rust, but the rifling is sharp and the crown is good. The furniture is good and doesn't appear to be refinished. It doesn't have a cleaning rod, but that's alright with me. My only issue with it was that when the bolt was all the way back it had some play to it. It would move to the upper left about 1/8''. This is my first centerfire bolt gun, is this at all normal, or is this thing messed up? He's asking $80 on it which sounds great to me. He said that it was his personal gun and that he wouldn't have to go through all of the paperwork with it, he'd only need my FOID (illinois) info. I'd much prefer to have him do the background check and paperwork though. I think that I'll ask him to do it as a dealer and pay more. How does the ATF treat that with a dealer selling a personal gun? Thanks.