As I quite clearly stated in my post that here in Minnesota any legally eligible resident can own a C&R automatic weapon by paying the $200 tax stamp with the application through the ATF. You don't even need a C&R license to own one. The C&R license just makes it easier to transport the weapon. Usually about a six week waiting period. When it is approved you pay the owner and the weapon is legally transferred to you. Several of my WW2 Historical reenactment friends here in Minnesota owned full auto weapons. This was in the 90's and those weapons were far cheaper. Now the cost is very high to own one. What was $1,700 then can be $15,000 now or more. Again what is the issue if no crime has ever been committed in Minnesota with one of these legally owned firearms?the C&R license is simply the first step towards obtaining an automatic weapon and the 200 dollar, non refundable tax stamp application is not even a drop in the bucket of the cost of actually purchasing one.
and while i dont know how your state laws work in this regard, i can assure you that this state will not give out the license to anyone other than law enforcement.