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Old 08-04-2018, 8:50 PM
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Default DROS for both Out of state and PPT transactions?

What the title says. Say I buy a rifle online, have it shipped to my FFL. Then I find a handgun here on Calguns that I like: can the seller and I visit my FFL, and add that handgun to the same DROS (therefore saving me from paying $25 again?) Would this handgun count against the 1 in 30 day limit?
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Old 08-04-2018, 9:05 PM
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What the title says. Say I buy a rifle online, have it shipped to my FFL. Then I find a handgun here on Calguns that I like: can the seller and I visit my FFL, and add that handgun to the same DROS (therefore saving me from paying $25 again?) Would this handgun count against the 1 in 30 day limit?
Are you asking if you can add a second firearm to a DROS that was already processed for an earlier firearm purchase? If so, the answer is no - there will be two separate waiting periods - first waiting period for the first firearm and a second waiting period for the second firearm. Yes, the handgun would count against the 1 in 30 limit.
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Old 08-05-2018, 2:32 AM
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No, I'm asking if I can begin a DROS with both a firearm shipped in from out of state, as well as one from a private party in state: can I start the paperwork with both on the same form? And if so, would a handgun from the in-state private party count against the 30 day limit?
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Old 08-05-2018, 4:05 AM
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Yes as long as you do not start dros you can do handgun and longgun on same. Find an ffl that has reasonable fees for transfer. Some charge 100 bucks. Where are you located so someone can advise on ffl.
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Old 08-06-2018, 12:22 PM
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I'm near San Jose, CA. What would be the cheapest FFL in the area? Prices here seem to be really high.

And again - say I decide to get a handgun from out of state, plus a handgun in state, on the same DROS. Would this violate the "1 in 30 days" rule?
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Old 08-06-2018, 2:04 PM
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PPT is exempt from 1 in 30 so it should be GTG as long as you can get an FFL to go along with it.
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Old 08-06-2018, 5:45 PM
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PPT is exempt from 1 in 30 so it should be GTG as long as you can get an FFL to go along with it.
That may be the biggest hurdle. 1 in 30 is almost a mantra for handgun purchases. Plus, there is the matter of how the double handgun DROS is perceived at DoJ....
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East Bay check RMB Enterprises or UG Imports. They know what they are doing and have reasonable transfer fees.
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That may be the biggest hurdle. 1 in 30 is almost a mantra for handgun purchases. Plus, there is the matter of how the double handgun DROS is perceived at DoJ....
You need to study up PPT handgun purchases, they are exempt from the 1 in 30 rule.
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Old 08-07-2018, 9:59 AM
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+1 on Rob Blank (RMB Enterprises) and UG Imports. I've dealt with both and both are pleasant to work with. And both are very experienced and knowledgeable, I'm sure they can answer your questions.

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Old 08-07-2018, 10:03 AM
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Like I said when you post location you get some good tips. Good luck.
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Awesome, thanks. May be worth just avoiding the potential questions (and the hassle of a denied DROS - has this happened to anyone here?) to spend the extra $35 on a separate PPT/DROS for another handgun.
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Old 08-09-2018, 10:16 PM
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Awesome, thanks. May be worth just avoiding the potential questions (and the hassle of a denied DROS - has this happened to anyone here?) to spend the extra $35 on a separate PPT/DROS for another handgun.
I would never pass up the chance to combine DROS. I have done it many times, sometimes a single transaction with more than one private seller and also buying guns from the dealer and transfers in from out of state. Just bring the FFL some donuts
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I've bought two ppt handguns in a day recently, and my local FFL only charged me like $45, I was happy. Note that FFL is required to fill out a multiple gun purchase federal form.
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