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jamesob
02-07-2009, 1:45 PM
if i buy 4 rifles at the same time, does the doj charge 19 dollars for each rifle or is it a flat 19 for all rifles?

squishyhead
02-07-2009, 1:49 PM
It'll be one DROS fee for all of the firearms. I usually like to buy in bulk for this very reason!

Shane916
02-07-2009, 2:21 PM
if i buy 4 rifles at the same time, does the doj charge 19 dollars for each rifle or is it a flat 19 for all rifles?

$25 all on one

FortCourageArmory
02-07-2009, 8:29 PM
$25 total DROS fees will cover all three rifles at one time.

Capt. Speirs
02-07-2009, 8:34 PM
I think you are only limited to 99 on one DROS because the are only to digits to enter a number on, could be wrong.

SDgarrick
02-07-2009, 8:53 PM
I'm fairly certain it's unlimited. If you go over 99, then they attach another sheet... An FFL explained it once but I was staring at an SAA and all I heard was "wha wha wha wha wha, wha"

mecam
02-07-2009, 11:31 PM
if i buy 4 rifles at the same time, does the doj charge 19 dollars for each rifle or is it a flat 19 for all rifles?

Where did you come up with $19?

FS00008
02-08-2009, 1:32 AM
IIRC it's
$19 - DROS
$1 - Firearms Safety Testing Fee
$5 - Safety and Enforcement Fee

"What fees can I charge in addition to the DROS?

In addition to the State's $19.00 DROS fee, you must also charge a $1.00 Firearms Safety Testing fee and a $5.00 Safety and Enforcement fee. If the transaction being processed is a dealer sale, consignment return, or return from pawn, you may impose other charges as long as this amount is clearly shown as a "dealer fee" and not misrepresented as a State fee.

(PC sections 12071(b)(11), (12)) "

- http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/dlrfaqs.php#17G

gcvt
02-08-2009, 1:44 AM
And don't forget to leave DROS Question #12 alone if you're a US citizen. Today, I watched a guy have to fill out a second form because he didn't understand what question #12 really meant. Some noobs get confused I guess ;) Then again, if you don't ask the dealer, you may not know to leave #12 unchecked.

mecam
02-08-2009, 8:01 AM
IIRC it's
$19 - DROS
$1 - Firearms Safety Testing Fee
$5 - Safety and Enforcement Fee

"What fees can I charge in addition to the DROS?

In addition to the State's $19.00 DROS fee, you must also charge a $1.00 Firearms Safety Testing fee and a $5.00 Safety and Enforcement fee. If the transaction being processed is a dealer sale, consignment return, or return from pawn, you may impose other charges as long as this amount is clearly shown as a "dealer fee" and not misrepresented as a State fee.

(PC sections 12071(b)(11), (12)) "

- http://ag.ca.gov/firearms/dlrfaqs.php#17G


Marin Firearms always add a $5 so called "dealer fee" and I always thought it was BS. Thanks for the clarification.

mecam
02-08-2009, 8:02 AM
And don't forget to leave DROS Question #12 alone if you're a US citizen. Today, I watched a guy have to fill out a second form because he didn't understand what question #12 really meant. Some noobs get confused I guess ;) Then again, if you don't ask the dealer, you may not know to leave #12 unchecked.

LOL, that's either a yes or no. I wonder what's on the second form.

CHS
02-08-2009, 9:39 AM
And don't forget to leave DROS Question #12 alone if you're a US citizen. Today, I watched a guy have to fill out a second form because he didn't understand what question #12 really meant. Some noobs get confused I guess ;) Then again, if you don't ask the dealer, you may not know to leave #12 unchecked.

- First off, that's on the 4473 and not the DROS.
- Second, you can leave it blank OR answer "no".