Originally Posted by shooter2440
hey there, my situation is i am looking to get rid of my handgun and look to purchase another one. i currently have a px4 storm and i shot a springfield xdm and a glock and shot alot better with both oddly enough. i find myself better off getting money for my pistol to purchase another one. my question is are there people here (im sure there is) that has used gunbroker to sell their gun and i just want to know how complicated it is for someone to sell their pistol on. i did some research on it, it doesnt seem too hard, but as far as me not being an FFL does that mean anything, or do i just have to send it to an FFL in the area that someone purchases it from, and receiving payment and them covering shipping... how does that work. i just want to make sure before i went ahead and threw my gun on gunbroker that some people on here could give me a pointer or two. thank you for your time everyone!
Its easier than you think.
Make sure in your ad that you make it clear for the buyer to make sure that their FFL will accept from and individual because you will be sending it. (Cuts down on $ having to ship it from your FFL to theirs)
Pictures, Pictures, Pictures. Let them know if their is any scratches, nicks, pitting, anything that they would complain about. They will come back to you complaining about it if you dont let them know up front. More than likely bed feedback.
Last thing that I can think of this early in the morning is to put in your ad "its is your responsibility to make sure you can own this in your state." Or something to that affect. There are alot of ban laws out there.