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Got me thinking! Wonder if they would harass me for doing that?I'd love to stand out there with a sign saying "we pay more for guns than the police do" and see if I get any takers. Wonder if there are any FFLs willing to facilitate transfers for that kind of thing.
Idk about the legality of that, sure doesn't sound like an actual gun showHeck, if I ran a pawn shop or a gun shop that sells used stuff I'd be all over that. All it would take is a means of transport, a means of secure storage, a folding table, a stack of 4473s, and an internet connection.
Well, I have seen brick & mortar FFLs send folks to process the paperwork at gun shows, and I've seen home-based FFLs process paperwork on their back patio. Is there a law saying you have to be at the FFL's place of business or official gun show to process a transfer?Idk about the legality of that, sure doesn't sound like an actual gun show
Must be ffl's place of business or bonafide gun showWell, I have seen brick & mortar FFLs send folks to process the paperwork at gun shows, and I've seen home-based FFLs process paperwork on their back patio. Is there a law saying you have to be at the FFL's place of business or official gun show to process a transfer?
You are correct, RCWs state transfers where neither party is an FFL must involve taking the firearm to the place of business of an FFL. That's a bummer.Must be ffl's place of business or bonafide gun show
(2) No person shall sell or transfer a firearm unless:
(a) The person is a licensed dealer;
(b) The purchaser or transferee is a licensed dealer; or
(c) The requirements of subsection (3) of this section are met.
(3) Where neither party to a prospective firearms transaction is a licensed dealer, the parties to the transaction shall complete the sale or transfer through a licensed dealer as follows:
(a) The seller or transferor shall deliver the firearm to a licensed dealer to process the sale or transfer as if it is selling or transferring the firearm from its inventory to the purchaser or transferee, except that the unlicensed seller or transferor may remove the firearm from the business premises of the licensed dealer while the background check is being conducted. If the seller or transferor removes the firearm from the business premises of the licensed dealer while the background check is being conducted, the purchaser or transferee and the seller or transferor shall return to the business premises of the licensed dealer and the seller or transferor shall again deliver the firearm to the licensed dealer prior to completing the sale or transfer.
(b) Except as provided in (a) of this subsection, the licensed dealer shall comply with all requirements of federal and state law that would apply if the licensed dealer were selling or transferring the firearm from its inventory to the purchaser or transferee, including but not limited to conducting a background check on the prospective purchaser or transferee in accordance with federal and state law requirements, fulfilling all federal and state recordkeeping requirements, and complying with the specific requirements and restrictions on semiautomatic assault rifles in chapter 3, Laws of 2019.
(c) The purchaser or transferee must complete, sign, and submit all federal, state, and local forms necessary to process the required background check to the licensed dealer conducting the background check.
(d) If the results of the background check indicate that the purchaser or transferee is ineligible to possess a firearm, then the licensed dealer shall return the firearm to the seller or transferor.
(e) The licensed dealer may charge a fee that reflects the fair market value of the administrative costs and efforts incurred by the licensed dealer for facilitating the sale or transfer of the firearm.
That's no excuse! Man up! Jk congrats!Anyone going to the Federal way police station "guns for giftcards" to buy guns for cash on Saturday? I, unfortunately cannot make it, as a very pregnant wife would be bitterly upset if I was out buying more guns while she could have our baby at any moment. Haha.
Makes you wonder how many end up in private collections.We ought to walk into the PD with a handful of gift cards and ask where the list of guns for purchase is.
all the good ones! assuming there are any.Makes you wonder how many end up in private collections.
There's collectors who will likely pay more than $100 for your rg-14. You might have to ship it thoThey are offering “$100 for revolvers”. I wonder if that is regardless of caliber.
I have a Röhm RG-14 .22LR revolver that I bought in West Palm Beach Fla. in 1969. I think I paid $15 new in box. This was my tacklebox gun for when I went fishing in the Intercoastal Waterway or Lake Okeechobee. The gun always fires but is pretty much useless for any target more than a few feet away. I haven’t shot it since 1972. This exact model later came to have a Hinckley-President Reagan connection.
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Thanks Bill (I presume), after thinking about it some more tonight I decided to not turn it in. I did find one on Bradford’s Auction Gallery that sold for $140 a couple of years ago. There’s also one currently on gunbroker. I should take it to indoor range next time I go. I know my marksmanship has improved over the last 50 years!There's collectors who will likely pay more than $100 for your rg-14. You might have to ship it tho