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Who do you all use for your FFL transfers when you purchase firearms over the internet? I'm building an AR15 and found a deal on a stripped lower, but all the local places want $30-$40 for their 5 minutes of effort. I guess it's not really too bad, but it seems pretty steep considering all you do is fill out a paper and file it with the state.

I'd prefer to buy local, but no one seems to be able to come close to this price. Even with the cost, shipping, and FFL fee, I'd be a few bucks cheaper to buy it over the internet as opposed to a local shop.

Anyone have a hook-up on this in the SLC area?
 

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Range masters will do it for $25
 

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cjj98xj said:
all the local places want $30-$40 for their 5 minutes of effort. I guess it's not really too bad, but it seems pretty steep considering all you do is fill out a paper and file it with the state.

I'd prefer to buy local, but no one seems to be able to come close to this price. Even with the cost, shipping, and FFL fee, I'd be a few bucks cheaper to buy it over the internet as opposed to a local shop.
Actually the 4473 that is completed is a federal form the the FFL has to retain on file for 20 years. If the FFL goes out of business prior to the 20 year period, the form if sent to BATF. If, when all is said and done, the price difference is only a few bucks, I'd support the local business.
 

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James Willis of the Bullseye Gun Club will do transfers -- cost is $25 per year (not per gun... per year).

The details:

JAMES WILLIS
THE BULLSEYE GUN CLUB
1180 BELL CASTLE CIRCLE
SANDY, UTAH 84094
801-572-6605
EMAIL: [email protected]
 
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