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Must have a trigger lock with your gun in order to leave with your gun otherwise they charge you for one
Staff must hold your hand for fingerprints
Ive done at least 20 transactions over the years at Tigard Pawn 4 more. Their transfer and bgc fees for the most part are fair and I am glad they havent raised them. I probably would have continued to use this place had not discovered or befriended an awesome FFL in Oregon City. The staff at Tigard pawn 4 more is professional for the most part but I just cant get over their requirements ( see cons above ). For the right deal, id use them again.
friendly place to transfer firearm, quick and low fee
quick transfer and low fee
good location, by the highway
the staff is friendly, and normally, there is no line waiting for firearm transfer.
this is my only FFL to get online firearm auction, super easy and smooth process. I just told them the auction contact information, the staff will handle all the remaining things and call you when they got the shipment.
$25 transfer fee is low. and location by the highway, easy to access.
Easy to get to, $25 transfer fee **You will need to bring or buy a trigger lock!**
You will need to bring your own trigger lock or buy one there.
In, out, and on with life, the only snag being that they will not let you leave the store without a trigger lock due to some federal law that everyone else ignores. They sell trigger locks for $10 just in case you don't have one. The lock is not required to be on the firearm, you just have to have the lock in your possession with the firearm.
I have used Tigard pawn for multiple firearm transfers. Their fee is reasonable and service is friendly and professional. Some folks have a beef with following their rules but it isn't difficult. If you are the seller, show up with a gun locking device (we all have a boxful of 'em!) and a color photocopy of your drivers license.
Well, first of all, the lady behind the counter does have temper issues, so I don't think some of the negative reviews in here are exaggerating at all.
I do agree with the other reviewer saying that they have their weird store policies (locks and $2 color copied ID) clearly written (if you pay attention) but nothing changes that they are still little traps trying to squeeze out more bucks from customers who are not aware of these. Stereotypical business tactics of a pawnshop in my view, plain bs.
Their firearm inventory is not impressive at all. And I find it funny for seeing that NWFA support banner because more than half of the NWFA members that I personally know have told me that they do not use them for the same reasons. Some stories I heard from them totally made me believe that every negative review on this forum is not exaggerating.
I once tried to support this business, but I just don't see any reason why I would continue when there are many other competitors with better attitudes.
Prices are a little higher but what can you expect from a dem state with panic buys
Been there a while since way before I even turned 18. My first transfer there took long but my second one was under 30 minutes in and out. When I wasn’t able to drive home one of the guys even gave me a ride. Amazing customer service here, would recommend to anyone getting a transfer in the tigard or Portland area. Hopefully their selection increases