I need a FFL to Recieve

Frost

Well-Known Member
I need a FFL in North Charleston to receive and or ship.

Any suggestions of one who won't want my first born just process paperwork?

Price to receive please.
 

melloyello

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I need a FFL in North Charleston to receive and or ship.

Any suggestions of one who won't want my first born just process paperwork?

Price to receive please.

What do you mean by "receive'?
Do you mean sent to the FFL, which anything sent to an FFL has to be transferred to you after 4473 and NCIS proceed, unless you have a CWP.
I use Bulleye, $20 per transferred item, in Goose Creek but this is a great FFL engine with prices.

 

Frost

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Thanks Whippy
I was looking for more than just a list online.
I was looking for opinions from the community.

Mellow Yellow I was not looking for snark.

RDiver911 thanks Do they still paper forms or is it electronic?
 

melloyello

Well-Known Member
Thanks Whippy
I was looking for more than just a list online.
I was looking for opinions from the community.

Mellow Yellow I was not looking for snark.

RDiver911 thanks Do they still paper forms or is it electronic?

Wasn't meant to be a snark, I haven't any experiences with FFLs that charge to receive in SC.
I've had my own FFL/Gunsmithin in Jamestown, SC a many years back.

I asked wrt to "recieve" since I have read some FFLs charge to receive and item.
Then charge again for background checks but those were from different states.
 

Frost

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To clarify I am looking for someone that some of our members have experience with.
I don't need them immediately I like to be prepared.
I would prefer them to be in North Charleston.
I would need them to receive incoming firearms and do the transfer paperwork to me.

In the past when I would sell a gun to someone out of town I would call my FFL and get the price for shipping.
I could then include the shipping in with the price of the gun.
Once the deal was confirmed would deliver the gun the to the FFL and pay the shipping.

My FFL would then be contacted by the buyers FFL to exchange information or what ever it is they do and if so desired by the buyer.
This would be an assurance to the buyer that I was not scamming him and the gun was ready for shipment.
When I received payment I would call my FFL and he would then ship the firearm to the buyers FFL. (always cash the check first)

This sounds like a lot of moving parts but is actually very simple after a couple of times.
 

rotarymike

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Pluff Mud Trading Post (Kerry Vickers) in Archdale. http://fflgundealers.net/pluff-mud-trading-post-llc.html

Says he's closed but he still does transfers. Requires CWP. $25 inbound.

Don't know if he charges $ to ship out an item to another FFL.

Edited to add: I've used him a few times; he's nice, professional, and it seems like he's been in the industry for a long bit on the LEO side.
 

Frost

Well-Known Member
You Da Man!
Thanks very much I will keep him in mind he is not that far from me.
Honestly there is more of a chance of incoming than outgoing.
 

Whippy

Member
Hi Frost, many of the listings on this website are home based FFLs not just gun shops. ... just to be clear. I hope you or someone else can find it useful. Good luck!

Thanks Whippy
I was looking for more than just a list online.
I was looking for opinions from the community.

Mellow Yellow I was not looking for snark.

RDiver911 thanks Do they still paper forms or is it electronic?
 
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