View Full Version : Longest time you guys could hold a rifle after DROS?
09-13-2008, 4:40 PM
I'm gonna go down south for college again very soon, and let's say I decide to PPT DROS a bolt rifle over Thanksgiving break. Could you guys hold it until I got back around December 20th 2008 (give or take a few days)?
09-14-2008, 5:57 AM
Q. What is DROS and how much does it cost? When are DROS fees due?
A. DROS is an acronym for Dealer Record of Sale. DROS fees for a single handgun transaction purchased from us are $25, DROS fees for each additional handgun purchased are $21. PPT (Private Party Transfer) fees are $35 and internet or out-of-state and alternate FFL purchase transfers are $100 total per firearm. In the event there are multiple PPT handgun transfers, the first handgun carries the $35 fee and each additional handgun is $31. Long gun DROS fees are a $25 flat fee if purchased from us, for one or more long guns as long as they are DROSed at the same time on one form. Your DROS fees are due at the time the DROS is submitted by Irvington Arms, also known as the start of your mandatory ten day waiting period. We must collect your DROS fees at that time and whether or not you pass the background check you are charged the DROS fee. Additionally if you do not pick up your firearm within 30 days from the date and time your DROS is submitted, we will not be able to release your firearm and you must start the DROS process all over as well as paying the applicable fees again.
09-15-2008, 6:30 AM
As long as it does not go over 30 days, you'll be good to go.
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