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Old 09-13-2014, 01:50 AM   #11
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here is a link that will answer your firearms purchasing question...
my husband and I are FFL dealers

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Old 09-13-2014, 05:11 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Gatoragn View Post
It is a fairly simple process. Find gun, find a local FFL holder, have receiving FFL holder share information with seller, buyer pays seller, seller ships gun to your FFL holder, go to FFL holder, pay FFL fee, fill out BG check paperwork, pass BG check, take gun home.

Note I described the process in the states in which I have purchased guns on line while I resided there, WI and GA. Some states have more restrictive laws, CA, IL, MA, MD, NJ, NY, etc.

I have paid as little as $20 and as much $35 to the FFL holder. The $35 was in WI and it was due to the fee WI charges to run a state BG check on top of the free Federal BG check.
Originally Posted by zombiehunter86 View Post
Thanks everyone for the info. What are the rules and regulations when buying a gun online. I didn't even know u could do that
Then again IF you are interested in MILSURPs only go through the C/R process FFL for about $35.00 and get it sent to you direct. Be aware that there is a long drawn out process for the paperwork, but if you are into collecting these old guns it could well be worth the effort.
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