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DietrichFerz
08-10-2012, 10:14 AM
I live in the San Fernando Valley area and was wondering what dealer you guys would recommend with best pricing for an SSE transfer of a 1911. I have found a gun with a seller in Colorado and he will ship to California, but the gun is off roster. I have read some of the threads here on SSE and I am amazed that this is possible. Thanks.

Ripon83
08-10-2012, 10:18 AM
Are you asking what the going rate for the SSE (service) is or the gun?

Echidin
08-10-2012, 10:18 AM
EBR Works in thousand oaks.

keenkeen
08-10-2012, 10:24 AM
I live in the San Fernando Valley area and was wondering what dealer you guys would recommend with best pricing for an SSE transfer of a 1911. I have found a gun with a seller in Colorado and he will ship to California, but the gun is off roster. I have read some of the threads here on SSE and I am amazed that this is possible. Thanks.

EBR Works in Thousand Oaks seems to make his customers very happy.


If you head south ever...check out DAS in Solana Beach. They do it right.

DietrichFerz
08-10-2012, 3:40 PM
Thank you for the responses. I was specifically wanting to know what dealer had the most reasonable prices for an SSE transfer of a 1911.

bsim
08-10-2012, 3:44 PM
EBR is your only local option (that I know of). ~$100.

kauaibuilt
08-10-2012, 4:05 PM
EBR - great service!

hiyabrad
08-10-2012, 11:22 PM
EBR - great service!

+1..

b1oodgroove
08-10-2012, 11:51 PM
EBR is your only local option (that I know of). ~$100.

Regarding EBR-

Is it $100 plus $55 DROS?

Do you have to purchase any parts on top of that?

How does EBR handle out of state sales tax? Thx

Press Check
08-10-2012, 11:53 PM
Unless his rates or something else has changed, you're going to pay $100 for the single-shot conversion, $55 to transfer, interstate tax, and DROS. Basically, $200 on top of the cost of the pistol.

Press Check
08-10-2012, 11:57 PM
By the way, there's no "reasonable" fee for SSE. The going rate is $100, period. Transfer fees vary, but EBR is the only dealer that's local to the SFV. I'm in Woodland Hills, and he's 20 minutes West of my location.

keenkeen
08-11-2012, 12:11 AM
By the way, there's no "reasonable" fee for SSE. The going rate is $100, period. Transfer fees vary, but EBR is the only dealer that's local to the SFV. I'm in Woodland Hills, and he's 20 minutes West of my location.

Not 100% true...

As they say "location, location, location".

:D

rtk
08-11-2012, 6:27 AM
+2 on EBR. Great service and friendly folks. As for fees, they are reasonable considering SSE services are far and few between. Since the OP is in the SFV, he's going to spend more in gasoline and time going anywhere else than EBR.

EBR Works
08-11-2012, 7:11 AM
Unless his rates or something else has changed, you're going to pay $100 for the single-shot conversion, $55 to transfer, interstate tax, and DROS. Basically, $200 on top of the cost of the pistol.

Actually, it's $99 + 7.25% tax + $25 DROS for SSE dealer transfers. We can convert any 1911.