View Full Version : Single shot exemption?
09-21-2011, 9:29 PM
How much does it usually run to have your FFL single shot exempt a pistol?
That's basically all an off-roster pistol needs for it be be DRO's right?
Thanks in advance
I don't know the added cost because I have not done it yet. I know that if you do not return the barrel and mad plug, shops will charge you around $400 extra. You should contact table rock arms to see what the extra cost is. I want a Walther PPQ but dont want to get the single shot conversion yet because they dont make any 10 rd mags for the gun. They quoted me $700 shipped, but I don't know the actual cost of the gun. Chances are it will be MSRP.
09-21-2011, 9:42 PM
The exemption process usually runs $75, from what I've heard. Sometimes if you order the gun through the shop, they'll do the exemption at no charge. If you order elsewhere and have it shipped to the shop for SSE and DROS then they're going to charge for it, of course.
09-21-2011, 9:58 PM
Depends on what gun it is and the location.
Cyc Wid It
09-21-2011, 10:01 PM
For a commonly exempted gun, it should be $75 or less - although shops can charge whatever they like. Most shops will waive the fee if you buy the gun through them.
HKP30 in a free state = $800.
HKP30 in PRK via SSE = $1000+.
I was just in Portland last week looking at the P30's as an FYI.
09-21-2011, 10:33 PM
I saw LCPs going for $200 OTD same day as purchase in AZ. And if you are a resident legal to carry concealed loaded out that same door.
09-21-2011, 11:02 PM
Kinda thinking about getting a PX4 in subcompact, and since they're not on the list. I'd have to get a SSE.
09-21-2011, 11:58 PM
on average I found most places charge an extra $100 on top of what the guns actually worth.
For a gen4 its about $680 OTD. Thats if you buy it for $500 add $100 and then tax and dros and you end up with around $680.. at least the average when I was looking to get a gen4 a few months ago.
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