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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by FORKLIFT252, Jan 11, 2012.
99 pawn in milwaukie oregon
A Cut Above Pawn in Beaverton... $10 background fee + $10 transfer, any additional transfer is only $10/each
I'm needing one closest to I-5 bridge.
Then don't say "Portland area" up front, say "closest to Jantzen Beach".
I'm not from Portland. .....but your right.
The closest land mark that I know of,and should have said would be Columbia bridge.
Sooooo you say jantzen beach is close?
Do they have a FFL?
No, I said Jantzen Beach is closest. I could understand the mis-spelling if I had said it out loud to you, but you saw what I typed.
There is Fisherman's Marine & Outdoor next to Jantzen Beach: Fisherman's Marine & Outdoor That would be the FFL closest to the bridge, but I have no idea how much they cost, or even if they will act as an inter-state intermediary.
The Place to Shoot is also very close: The Place To Shoot, but again, I don't know if they do inter-state transfers.
There's Shooters Service Center, a little further in, but I know they do inter-state transfers: Shooters Service Center
wow. nice atittude.
I think you're reading into his post.
Anyway TPTS only offers transfers for members, and even then it's $$.
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You tend to get more serious and helpful answers when your questions don't use spelling and grammar worse than my second grader.
Thank you. Have a white owl cigar on me.
And yes you can share it with your second grader LOL! !!
Not the spelling police, run away, run away...
At least it's not the Grammar Nazis.
You tend to get serious and helpful answers from serious and helpful members, regardless of spelling and grammar. Errors are not an invitation for character judgements. They are, rather, errors. I'm sure both you and your second grader are prone to this defect of humanity as well as the rest of us mere mortals dwelling on this spinning rock. Humor and graciousness are far preferable.
If your still interested........Fisherman's Marine does NOT do transfers.
Ya, thanks I've called around and no one will do an out of state transfer.....?????
Is there a reason why you need it close to I-5 bridge? Are you living close to that area now?
Well I was under the impression that one from WA could take their firearm to a Oregon FFL and have it transferred to an Oregon resident.
If it were possible and legal then the FFL closest to the bridge would be a boon for us in Oregon wanting to buy from Washington. It would be all most like a ftf.
Washing fella could meet Oregon fella for inspection and negotiation. After that go to FFL do the transfer and Oregon fella pays Washington.
I believe the last part is already true, if I understand you correctly.