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Old 04-18-2008, 1:50 PM
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Wow! Im amazed at how rediculus those prices are, 50 dollars for what? getting something in the mail and then letting you pick it up at thier store?(and thats not even the most expensive one) What a way to support the shooters, its hard enough with the dumb *** regulations we have to deal with, then throw on a **** load of money just to transfer is rediculous.
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Wow! Im amazed at how rediculus those prices are, 50 dollars for what? getting something in the mail and then letting you pick it up at thier store?(and thats not even the most expensive one) What a way to support the shooters, its hard enough with the dumb *** regulations we have to deal with, then throw on a **** load of money just to transfer is rediculous.
Don't be a HATER!!

Do you know how much BS do a FFL need to put up with CA-DOJ and BATF!?!?!?!?!??! If you don't, the SHUT the ************ UP!!

You have a couple of choices:
1) move out of CA
2) buy from a local source, from what a "store" have on their shelf... or find someone local who will PPT to you
3) buy airsofts!
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I spoke with Russels gunsmithing in Dixon.
The fee is $30 and $10 for each additional. They will handle OLL's.
As of 4/15/08 I was told by Russell of Russells in Dixon that he no longer does anything with OLLs. Very nice guy though if you are doing a ppt or looking for a long gun.
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I just got off the phone with Metco #2 in Fairfield and it seems the info we have about them transferring OLLs is wrong. I was told by Paul that they will not transfer a complete OLL unless it is a bushmaster carbon 15 or a DSA FAL Cal approved model. They do not want anything to do with any other complete rifle. Also contrary to their previous rules they will transfer a stripped OLL receiver.
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Gun Country:
$50 fee
$25 DROS
$10 another fee
8.5% tax on purchase price of firearm for state of CA
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Old 05-06-2008, 10:18 AM
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I am a dealer in Folsom, CA. My fee is DROS + $25 for each pistol and the first long gun. $10 for each additional long gun.
I welcome OLLs (AR and AK).
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Don't be a HATER!!

Do you know how much BS do a FFL need to put up with CA-DOJ and BATF!?!?!?!?!??! If you don't, the SHUT the ************ UP!!

You have a couple of choices:
1) move out of CA
2) buy from a local source, from what a "store" have on their shelf... or find someone local who will PPT to you
3) buy airsofts!
You forgot getting your own FFL and undercutting the local competition in transfer fees.

I'm sure there is hassle but we are talking about just transferring a firearm. While the paperwork may even take 30 minutes total (Initial, computer, pickup, and book entry) we really aren't talking about much more than being a glorified notary. Sorry if that offends, but that's all it really is.

One gentlemen (He's already listed here) I know up in Sac only does transfers in a small office. $25 + DROS regardless how how much you paid on the other end. Same fee regardless of how many you purchase. Tax is on the transfer fee only.

He does on average 200-300 transfers/month. That's $5000/month minimum just doing transfers. I'd say that alone should be enough for some hassle. (BTW - He does this only part-time). And guess what? Since he undercuts everyone else in town, people know a good deal, no hassle FFL when they see it.

I won't tell an FFL how to run their business. I'm sure they recognize the lost opportunity by turning away potential long-term customers. If they want customers to always shop around, that's their business.
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Dealer transfer fee $20.00
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Lee is an FFL (out of his home) in Manteca. Transfers by appointment. He's also a member, and regular volunteer for the monthly kids shoot at the Manteca Sportsmen. A nice guy all around.

While he does not do OLL's at this time, he is a no hassle guy for internet bought items that need to be transfered. He does keep a few items on hand such as Vaqueros.

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Robert Snelling 916.833.9771 Sacramento $25($?)

I spoke with him today and understand that there is no charge for additional long guns on the same DROS.

He said he is OLL Friendly.
this is the guy I use for my handgun and rifle. 50$ out the door, 25$ for dros 25$ for him.

When I had my rifle transfered this weekend, i asked, is it 44$ or 50$?.. he said 50$.. I thought rifles should be only 19$ since theres no handgun safety cert crap etc.. but of course the 25$ you pay for him to do it.
over all hes still worth doing transfers because its 75-150$ for most others that ive seen
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You forgot getting your own FFL and undercutting the local competition in transfer fees.

I'm sure there is hassle but we are talking about just transferring a firearm. While the paperwork may even take 30 minutes total (Initial, computer, pickup, and book entry) we really aren't talking about much more than being a glorified notary. Sorry if that offends, but that's all it really is.

One gentlemen (He's already listed here) I know up in Sac only does transfers in a small office. $25 + DROS regardless how how much you paid on the other end. Same fee regardless of how many you purchase. Tax is on the transfer fee only.

He does on average 200-300 transfers/month. That's $5000/month minimum just doing transfers. I'd say that alone should be enough for some hassle. (BTW - He does this only part-time). And guess what? Since he undercuts everyone else in town, people know a good deal, no hassle FFL when they see it.

I won't tell an FFL how to run their business. I'm sure they recognize the lost opportunity by turning away potential long-term customers. If they want customers to always shop around, that's their business.
It's a FREE market here.... if it is SUCH a good business.... YOU GO DO IT...

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Old 05-08-2008, 6:20 PM
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It's a FREE market here.... if it is SUCH a good business.... YOU GO DO IT...

. (period)
So that's the response? SMART. Isn't it just basic business 101. Will high fees promote longevity with customers? Will that build word of mouth? That's rhetorical Jicko. The answer is no on both counts. If I buy a $3,000 rifle online saving $240 in tax, where do you think I'm spending that savings? It certainly will not be at a store that overcharges me.

BTW - The question isn't on my end as I WILL always go to someone who doesn't try and rip me off. How many gun owners, or people in general do the same? The question is how much business will a store owner loose by poor policies? How much have they lost already?

You're right, its a free market. And its exactly why at least 2 FFL's I know are swamped everyday.

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So, shop around.... find the best deal for yourself...

Part of the purpose of this list is to show everyone where the deals are....
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Ya, the guy I went to was pretty swamped.. I was 3rd in line, and about 5 other guys showed up while I was there.
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Wow! Im amazed at how rediculus those prices are, 50 dollars for what? getting something in the mail and then letting you pick it up at thier store?(and thats not even the most expensive one) What a way to support the shooters, its hard enough with the dumb *** regulations we have to deal with, then throw on a **** load of money just to transfer is rediculous.
It's $50 per transaction for doing loads of paperwork and risking having your license taken away / going to jail for minor errors.
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Elliott Salter Pawn no longer does transfers
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Today was their last day...I called Turners and they charge 125 over dros...ow...is there any place with a decent price in the LA area?
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Didn't read through this entire thread (18 pages?!), but I called Roger's Relics yesterday and was told that for a rifle it is $65 total, which I assume matches what is on the original list. A higher fee was posted by someone in this thread earlier.
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Anyone know the closest FFL to Palmdale?

Also, if I have to use an FFL out of the area (at least 1 hr drive) will I have to show up more than once, or I can I do paperwork via fax/mail and then show up and pay when firearm is ready? Is it possible to not even visit the FFL (i.e., they ship it to you after it's shpped to them, and all paperwork done via fax/email)?

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Does their $60 otd fee include all firearms(long guns and handguns)? Or is their handgun fee higher? I noticed some dealers charging a higher handgun fee.

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Gusslers {in Santee} is my only transfer dealer. Don is fair with his fees and knowledable with information. He is an FFL Dealer that you would want to have come to your home for a Bar-B- Q.
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Hi, I wanted to point out that Dima at City Arms told me that he won't do PPT.
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Jim Bowen (562) 500-3633
NOT OLL friendly but only charges $50 OTD for all other transfers. Super nice guy and a must if you need to do a non OLL transfer in the OC! Tell him Kenneth sent you!
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NOT OLL friendly but only charges $50 OTD for all other transfers. Super nice guy and a must if you need to do a non OLL transfer in the OC! Tell him Kenneth sent you!
Waiting my 10 days currently. Jim and Kathy are both very nice. and to emphasize: its $50 INCLUDING DROS
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Just an update:

Ten Percent now (new to me) charges $50 for transfers not including DROS.


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NOT OLL friendly but only charges $50 OTD for all other transfers. Super nice guy and a must if you need to do a non OLL transfer in the OC! Tell him Kenneth sent you!
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Jon Dimberg 760-375-2221 Ridgecrest - long guns or hand guns - No OLL - $10 + Dros
I drove from Big Bear (140 miles) to give this guy my business.

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Does anyone know of the cheapest FFL for doing a transfer (pistol) from a Southern California FFL to a Northern FFL near the Antioch/Concord area?


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Does anyone know of the cheapest FFL for doing a transfer (pistol) from a Southern California FFL to a Northern FFL near the Antioch/Concord area?


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there's someone around here who talks of a very cheap ffl in martinez.
never says who though.

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Here's a good one, Walker '47 at their new location in Hobby City, Beach blvd and Ball. They relocated back at Hobby City earlier this year and not only do they do PPTs for $65.00 including DROS but they are now OLL friendly. I went by their new location yesterday and was pleased to see a sign on the front door letting people know that they could help you out getting a California legal AR and a list of the lowers they carried and their pricing. They have always catered to the SASS and re-enactors crowd, they still have a nice selection of single action stuff as well as Glocks and a few others. Their hours are a bit odd, closed Sunday/Monday and only open 'til 6:00, so if you really want to see them you will probably have to go by on Saturday.
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Here's a good one, Walker '47 at their new location in Hobby City, Beach blvd and Ball. They relocated back at Hobby City earlier this year and not only do they do PPTs for $65.00 including DROS but they are now OLL friendly. I went by their new location yesterday and was pleased to see a sign on the front door letting people know that they could help you out getting a California legal AR and a list of the lowers they carried and their pricing. They have always catered to the SASS and re-enactors crowd, they still have a nice selection of single action stuff as well as Glocks and a few others. Their hours are a bit odd, closed Sunday/Monday and only open 'til 6:00, so if you really want to see them you will probably have to go by on Saturday.
Good to see this. Do they actually sell anything or consign anything other than cowboy guns? I well remember the old location, I will stop in soon. When KPG guns was about to go belly up my dad PPTed a Ruger Vaquero of all things at Walker 47 at the larger location. I wonder why they moved back?

By $65 PPT I assume you mean FFL transfers from another FFL or individual shipped to their shop. Not a true PPT where two people walk in and want to transfer a gun.

Kind of neat you can buy a gun again at Hobby City! Is the restaurant still at Hobby City?
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Does everyone charge this?
No, they are not supposed to charge you tax for an out of state transfer.


Sounds like Jim Bowen is the cheapest FFL in So Cal. I will definitely give him a try the next time I do a FFL Transfer.

I gathered his info:

AKI Security Training Center (http://firearms-training.info/)
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Jim Cell: (562) 500-3633
5212 Bolsa Ave. Unit 3 - Huntington Beach CA 92649
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Additional - ?
Notes: Not OLL Friendly


Entreprise Arms does not charge $60 + DROS, it is $40 + DROS for handguns and $35 + DROS for rifles.
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No, they are not supposed to charge you tax for an out of state transfer.


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Should be some do, some don't.
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I also wanted to give an endorsement for Wael Hadid. I purchased a Mossberg 590 out of state, and he understood that the FFL transfer fee shouldn't be out of proportion to the cost of the gun itself. ($40 + $25.) Other FFLs in the North Bay wanted to charge a lot more. He's also OLL friendly.

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Should be some do, some don't.

That is very true; some do and some don't, but they shouldn't!
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Darin's Gun Exchange in Napa charges $85 (includes DROS). Not bad for the first rifle, gets pretty bad after that. Won't transfer OLLs.
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