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Old 09-13-2011, 04:38 AM   #1
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I know this forum allows us to buy and sell but I was wondering what other sites out there allow us to do the same

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Old 09-13-2011, 05:02 AM   #2
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EBay comes to mind.

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For firearms and related stuff- gunbroker.com, auctionarms.com, and gunsamerica.com are the three that come to mind.

Modern firearms will need to be shipped TO a FFL in your home state if crossing a state line, so be sure to add shipping $$$ and FFL fees to your mental summary of what you would pay. All three sites charge a % to sell, no % to buy.

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Thanks for the info. All three sites are very good.

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Private, face to face transactions, can be accessed through sites such as armslist.com and gunlistings.org.

Both are sites that I frequent to check for good deals in my area. This is, assuming, that you can do face to face purchases between private parties in your location without legal concern. In Ohio, the only concern is making sure they are of a legal age, and "checking them out" to see if they are possibly shady. The rule of thumb is easy; got a bad feeling? Don't do the sale/trade.

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