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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    Seems high at $85, generally here it is $35 max at a local FFL.
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    We are $30 transfer fee.
    Hold the Line...

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    I used Thin Blue Line in Broomall yesterday. $30 ea firearm and that included some pleasant conversation and a bit of education... (I am new to shooting)

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    Quote Originally Posted by Muscle Master View Post
    Wasnít really trying to name names and talk ill of the gun store.... especially if I never really been in their store but itís Suburban Armory in Collingdale

    Shoot.... Targetmaster was $50 for a transfer as well
    HAH!!! Knew it. Thats what he hammered me for my spas12 a coup[le years ago.

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    Doing a transfer tonight or tomorrow for $25 but is $15 if I show my NRA card. I just tell him to keep the $25.

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    You buy form me, it's inc. Or it's $20, got to keep the lights on. Extra fee for multi handgun. Bulk xfers- Flat fee dep on how many what type.

    Know a few dealers that are mad how places like Buds undercut the fuck out of the rest of us and up the fee just for those places.

    Just know this- local dealers support local things they don't.

    But $50+ fuck that noise it's cheaper to drive up to me.
    Last edited by Rosco the Iroc; January 28th, 2020 at 03:33 PM.
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  7. #17
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    Speaking of punishing customers for buying online, a local gun shop charges $25 for face to face transfers and $50 for anything bought online from another shop. He told me it's punishment for not buying local. I suspect he's only punishing himself though by missing out on a bunch of transfers.

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    Plan transfers when you're traveling away from the city... suburb / rural prices will be lower.

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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    Of the places I used they've charged $20, 20, and $30.

  10. #20
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    Default Re: Sheesh... Gun transfer fees

    Quote Originally Posted by Muscle Master View Post
    Sheesh transfer fees sure has gone up over the years. $80 for a Online FFL to FFL transfer. I feel like Iím being punish for trying to save a few bucks...between shipping and transfer fees I probably could have just took the time to buy the particular gun locally for the same price without the headache.... itís just that my work hours and my local gun store hours just donít mix.... so itís more convenient for me to shop abroad

    I wish more local PA gun stores will post all of their inventory online... especially their sales.... they would probably end up getting more business

    All that being said.... I can sense the pressures of the small FFLs staying in business compared to the Walmart like gun stores like buds, or grabagun, etc.

    I do understand fees has to go up to stay competitive.... but damn lol

    Anyone else feel the same or am I just whining
    Well, maybe you should shop around. Do you get your morning coffee from Starbuck's too?

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