I tend to pay $20-25 here in south central Kansas. I have talked to some that were more, but I used gunbroker like someone else pointed out and found people that I know that would do a transfer. One guy that I have known since I was very young told me that he got his ffl to make things cheaper for him, and then charging $20 for other people is just a way to save up some of the cost to pay for his renewal fees.
Wow you guys are lucky... LGS around my area charges between $65-$85 for transfers on top of DROS which is $25-$35. I live in the L.A. area...
I was under the impression that California law limited the cost of the DROS to $25, and the transfer at $10, charging no more than $35. Is that just for a PPT at an FFL location?
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FFL's in this area are $35 to $40. I don't know why they charge so much. If they were reasonable every transfer would buy ammo and accessories. Most go to wal mart or order online just to spite them after paying a $40 FFL. I don't mind paying my gunsmith $40 for an FFL. He inspects the gun for me. I wouldn't be unhappy paying my gunsmith $60 because he provides a valuable service for me.
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