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Old 01-11-2013, 02:31 PM   #61
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I always get a bill of sale when I sale a gun privately. Just in case.
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That's what I'm doing. Something that we both sign with how much was paid is a BOS right?
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That's what I'm doing. Something that we both sign with how much was paid is a BOS right?
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Old 01-11-2013, 05:24 PM   #64
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I did. Easiest money I've made in my life
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For future reference for anyone that want's it, here's a PDF of the bill of sale I use when selling privately.

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Old 01-11-2013, 08:08 PM   #66
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For future reference for anyone that want's it, here's a PDF of the bill of sale I use when selling privately.

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Damn, yours is more detailed than our state's transfer of ownership. Only pistols require the form in CT but more people are using the form for any sale/transfer to CYA - JIC
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:20 PM   #67
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I would ask for a DL number. Thats wat I do when ever I sell a car, for the same reason if he crashes or uses the car in a crime i'm coverd. Jus a thought
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Old 01-11-2013, 09:31 PM   #68
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It's not "taking advantage" by selling at market price. Remember, market price varies on all products in life. When I turned 16, gas was 1.50 a gallon. When I was about 18-19, I bought gas as low as .61 a gallon. Now it's friggin 3.25. Markets fluctuate, people buying set them. Personally, I have taken great advantage. I sold 500 rounds of Wolf for $300. And honestly, I could have probably gotten more. It's called capitalism in the secondary market, it's called price gouging when retailers do it.
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When the administration talks about "universal background" check...I believe they mean to outlaw private sales. Not simply require a buyer and seller to meet at an FFL for a background check...as is already required at many States gun shows...but prohibit it outright and make it a Fellony to sell a gun to anyone BUT an FFL.

If I'm right, this would cut the value of everyones collection down to wholesale and take the "investment" incentive out of guns.

Might be a good idea to take advantage and sell any surpluss off now.

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Here in KS you can sell privately at a gun show. You have to check the gun in with the LEO's at the front door and away you go. Just check the laws where you're at. Def go with cash if you can. A lot of folks that I deal with on accessories and such want a USPS money order. Not sure if they're a more secured mo or not.

Hope you can get it sold. Good luck.
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