That's one of the things I find interesting about it. I know they aren't an ffl and they claim you just need an fid. If it has a capacity of 10 rounds as I assume it does I believe you need an ltc. I'm thinking the whole deal is rather illegal. I mean if it's not made before 1900 then an unlicensed pawn shop can't sell it. How can they?c3shooter said:Unless you hold a FFL, you need to mentally include the cost of a transfer fee, and cost of shipping. Yeah, too much.
I don't see where it says that. ( don't disagree with you often either ) It says you need an fid and have to fill out a Gen transfer paper. The last part is what completely loses me. The paper fa-10 forms are no longer accepted and the efa-10 requires all the license info from both parties involved. I think if they knew what they were doing they would state transfer fees apply or would know how the process works. I have a feeling both they and the buyer may be getting a visit from the atf. BTW their business is setup for payment at pickup. I don't believe they do anything via mail. I'm concerned because I have dealt with the guy many times in the past and he is a great very giving and friendly person who may be in over his head this time.JonM said:No they cant if its the pawn shop selling it and they dont have a ffl. They do say in the ad you need a dealer for them to ship to but they said it very poorly.
Lol. I'm not buying it. I think it's already overpriced and I don't trust the entire deal. I did some research on it and I guess it's only a 5 shot magazine but I still doubt he has the license to be selling it. I did see one listed on a gun auction site for around $1600 though.silverado113 said:I'll handle it for you mountain just come on down. I'm sure you won't spend that much in gas...lol