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264charlie
04-13-2009, 4:58 PM
Hello,

What is a fair price for an FFL to FFL transfer? I want to buy a 700 action in stock at an out of state dealer. All local shops want $80.00 + DORS seems a bit high to me.

Thanks for your input.

HappyG
04-13-2009, 5:44 PM
No such thing as a "fair" price IMO. The area and market dictate that. In S. CA, I pay $70 total for DROS and transfer. Your price seems a little higher.

Bobshouse
04-13-2009, 5:55 PM
At Vandenberg's Rod & Gun Club we charge $25.00 for DROS if you purchase the firearm from us. If you purchase the firearm from anywhere else there is an additional charge of $25.00 for use of our FFL.

Only problem is we are a membership club open to active duty/retired military and federal employees.

Sam1
04-13-2009, 7:58 PM
I've seen some places wanting 100 including dros

Thompson Tactical
04-13-2009, 8:04 PM
PM sent

glockwise2000
04-13-2009, 8:07 PM
No such thing as fair price. It varies from FFL to FFL. Interstate that I have heard the lowest here in SoCal is $75 including DROS. FCA in Simi and IAC in San Fernando.

rbetts
04-13-2009, 10:43 PM
My Fee in the Sacramento Area is $35 for transfer and $25 for DROS. $60 total. I am looking to build a customer base so a lower fee is well worth the effort spent.

www.goldenstatetactical.com (http://www.goldenstatetactical.com)

bootcamp
04-14-2009, 1:43 AM
My Fee in the Sacramento Area is $35 for transfer and $25 for DROS. $60 total. I am looking to build a customer base so a lower fee is well worth the effort spent.

www.goldenstatetactical.com (http://www.goldenstatetactical.com)

If you find a comparable transfer dealer in the SF Bay, please let us know.

rbetts
04-14-2009, 9:47 AM
Will Do.

kkd
04-14-2009, 11:50 AM
If you find a comparable transfer dealer in the SF Bay, please let us know.

Contact David Chan who's is Sunnyvale and a member here.
He charges $45 transfer plus $25 for DROS. I believe that additional transfers on the same DROS are $20.
So, if you buy two long guns at the same time, you pay $90.

mecam
04-14-2009, 4:36 PM
If you find a comparable transfer dealer in the SF Bay, please let us know.

Cash Loan Inc. in South San Francisco charges $80 total including DROS. They don't do OLL stuff though.

bubbapug1
04-14-2009, 7:25 PM
Is $35.00 the standard PPT fee for a FTF transfer in a store or can a place charege more? I have bought numerous guns and never paid more that $35.00 until today at Triple B clays...it was $45.00

FortCourageArmory
04-14-2009, 11:35 PM
No such thing as fair price. It varies from FFL to FFL. Interstate that I have heard the lowest here in SoCal is $75 including DROS. FCA in Simi and IAC in San Fernando.
Thanks for the plug... Yes, I charge $75 (including DROS) for out-of-state transfers.

thedrickel
04-14-2009, 11:44 PM
In the south bay . . . go to Roger's Relics in Santa Clara. For one long gun, $65 including DROS.

rbetts
04-15-2009, 4:51 PM
Is $35.00 the standard PPT fee for a FTF transfer in a store or can a place charege more? I have bought numerous guns and never paid more that $35.00 until today at Triple B clays...it was $45.00

It is illegal to charge more than $35.00 total for a PPT. Go get your $10 back or use word of mouth advertising against the perp. I always like the PPT's because I sell other things including (future services)when transfering. So $10. + DROS is fine for PPT's

I sell Magazines and Bullet Buttons here at www.goldenstatetactical.com (http://www.goldenstatetactical.com)

RHT447
04-21-2009, 10:03 AM
I fall into the "Kitchen Table" catagory. I've been doing it since 1990. Low overhead means lower prices. I charge $45 including DROS for out-of-state transfers.

H & K Enterprises
Chico, CA 95973
(866) 409-7601

HappyG
05-09-2009, 9:00 PM
I wish you were closer to me...

Rudolf the Red
05-09-2009, 9:32 PM
$50-$75 + tax on out of state transfers. DROS included. No tax on PPT or FFL transfers within CA unless gun is new and no proof of tax payment can be provided. Yeah, that's right. I'm the TAXMAN! :43:

anthonyca
05-09-2009, 9:41 PM
Contact David Chan who's is Sunnyvale and a member here.
He charges $45 transfer plus $25 for DROS. I believe that additional transfers on the same DROS are $20.
So, if you buy two long guns at the same time, you pay $90.

Was he doing transfers for CWS at the Cow Palace show? If so seemed like a nice helpfull guy. I have his card somewhere on this mess of a desk.

JandJArmory
05-10-2009, 11:09 PM
We charge 50 for the transfer and 25 for DROS. $75 out the door

ARBITER
05-12-2009, 11:29 AM
Sonoma Firearms in Antelope, Sacramento County charges $50 for 1st Long gun and just $10 for each additional long gun plus $25 for the DROS. PPT by law is just $35 total ( both party's must be present to sign paperwork) OLL freindly. 916-761-0209

foxtrotuniformlima
05-16-2009, 6:59 AM
For Camarillo, I'd highly recommend Uncle Paul's Exchange in Ventura.

I did a PPT there ( I was the seller ) and they were very nice. Do not recall the price.

97F1504RAD
05-16-2009, 8:33 AM
My Fee in the Sacramento Area is $35 for transfer and $25 for DROS. $60 total. I am looking to build a customer base so a lower fee is well worth the effort spent.

www.goldenstatetactical.com (http://www.goldenstatetactical.com)

That is a great price. You handle BB/Raddlock firearms?