Online gun buying

Discussion in 'General Handgun Discussion' started by farthingdv, Nov 22, 2012.

  1. farthingdv

    farthingdv New Member

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    I'm aware of gunbroker and budsgunshop... Any other recommendations?
     
  2. HOSSFLY

    HOSSFLY New Member

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  3. sparky80

    sparky80 New Member

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    Sportsman's Outdoor Superstore, Aim Surplus.
     
  4. Polygon

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    Cheaper Than Dirt.
     
  5. HOSSFLY

    HOSSFLY New Member

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    Guess sumbody shud ask--You talking about auctions or online dealers?
     
  6. farthingdv

    farthingdv New Member

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    Dealers. Thanks for all the responses
     
  7. HOSSFLY

    HOSSFLY New Member

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    Check out WeaverGunSights (think that close enuff to google)
    Been awhile but they used to have sum great deals- Mostly used tho if i recall-
     
  8. Jtelli71

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    Grabagun.com

    They have been GREAT to deal with. In the last 4 months I've bought 4 guns from them. They are by far my favorite. Just got my shield 9mm from them last week...
     
  9. BeyondTheBox

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    My favorite: for quality used, police trade in, police confiscated, and brand new (specific brands popular to police and military like Sig & Glock)... Summit Gun Broker
     
  10. Olympus

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    I've bought from J&G Sales, AIM Surplus, and Wholesale Hunter. All were very smooth transactions.
     
  11. wayno148

    wayno148 New Member

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    Just bought my third firearm from Bud's small prob with last order but they very generously took care of.
     
  12. Chase127

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    I've never bought a firearm online how does it work what should i be cautious of?
     
  13. JonM

    JonM Moderator

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    if you buy from a recognized wholesailer or ffl retailer or individual you need to be sure your not a prohibited person and can actually complete the background check when the firearm arrives at your local ffl person.

    basicly the process works like any other online purchase except your ffl dealer typically needs to send a copy of his ffl to the retailer/wholesaler your buying from. they then send the gun after you have paid to your ffl and the paperwork is the same as any other gun buy.

    if your buying from an individual the individual needs to send his info to your ffl to complete the transfer paperwork.