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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by titsonritz, Sep 24, 2015.
over and out
If you can't find one go to the Albany gun show and do the personal transfer there. Call it in yourself and do the blue sheet. Saves you money and let's you enjoy the gun show. Just hope the system is up and running.
How many FFL's are there in Corvallis anyway? 2?
Their is a gun shop in Philomath who I went to when I lived down their. Guy was helpful, but I have no idea what he charges or if he offers FFL services.
Corvallis Guns in Corvallis
Bad Dog in Philomath (not far away)
After SB941 went into effect I asked Corvallis Guns how much they would charge to do the BGC for private transfer. The person behind the counter told me they won't be doing private transfers at all.
Most are about 45 to do a transfer.
(25 for handling paperwork and 10 for background)
That's Corvallis Guns, Philomath and Bad Dog.
The explanation that I was given regarding why dealers refuse to do private transfers is that if the buyer's check is delayed, the dealer must store the gun in the mean time (and insurance companies don't like the additional liability), and if the buyer is denied, they must go back through the transfer process to get the gun back to the seller. I don't know if this is 100% accurate though, just hearsay.
There are a couple private FFLs around, but as far as stores I think Corvallis Guns is $35 (I dont know if that includes NICS fee). I've been thinking about using them for a couple lowers since they're close. I always love Philomath Gun Shop for buying new, but I know they aren't a huge fan of doing transfers.