Oregon Private party background checks

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  1. that guy

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    Tigard Pawn 4 More was $27 including the BGC last weekend. In and out in 20 minutes. Highly recommend.
     
  2. Unka-Boo

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    another +1 from me

    Did my first "post 941" transaction there ( was 1/2 way point for both of us ), nice guy, great service.
     
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  3. Camelfilter

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    If the seller brings there own color drivers license copy you can save a few $.

    I usually forget about doing so, so just pay the extra.
     
  4. The Heretic

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    Tick Licker only charges one fee - $35

    That is high IMO, but I paid it.

    The best I have paid is $20.
     
  5. jbett98

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    Don't forget your gun lock too.
    $6.00 if you forget to bring one, so I put a couple in all of my vehicles now that the Tigard police station ran out of free ones.
     
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    Usually mandatory just for pistol transfers, but always a very good idea to have on hand!
     
  7. Camelfilter

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    Same as Tritac Salem (just up the street from Coat of Arms), IIRC. Funny that they do not allow financial transaction inside there shop, the only shop that I have run into with that policy, but it is there shop, so it's there rules.

    Tritac does have longer/more convenient hours in all of the Salem area.

    -If Tritac is quiet, can also function check your new purchase up to ? .308/30.06?

    I think it's $15 for range time after the safety video, buy there ammo or pay an ammo fee.

    Nice folks, like most gunshop folks, but they are more an indoor range/training. Have offered to fix slight problems for free in the past with there tools (castle - nut tool, before I bought one).
     
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  8. UserNameInUse

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    Last I heard $70 is about the going rate in California. So for us it is probably just a matter of time.
     
  9. Camelfilter

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    Crap.
     
  10. FireArm

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    Gunbroker.com has a FFL finder feature, why this site lacks that feature is beyond me. The FFL finder on gunbroker gives you all the FFLs info and pricing for transfers.
    Coat of Arms and Adaptive firing solutions are my GoTo. (Entire transfer for $20, as it should be)

    Everyone else is just trying to make a buck for nothing extra. A peice of paper in a filing cabinet doesnt cost any extra for a FFL to hold on to. Most places overcharge, ive even had places say they are too busy to do a transfer, some places flat out wont do a private party transfer.
    Which should have been part of the law (SB941) to standardize the transfer price and make any FFL to do Private party transfers. Politicians dont care about laws and how complete they are. They just want to pass more laws, with their names attached, especially under the guise of gun control.
     
  11. Iceman04503

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    If you're from OC and they are from Salem. Have them meet you in Wilsonville. Sunset Firearms does it for $30 total. Really nice guy to deal with.
     
  12. mike1281

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    Yes! coat of arms in Keizer is 20 bucks. Excellent guy to work with.
     
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  13. xtratoy

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    Whatever whatever happened to "shall not be infringed"???:eek:
     
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  14. skeezix

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    I think it is excessive. And utter BS!
     
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  15. mike1281

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    I do too, but if I bought a gun say last month and went through background check with the state police. Then decide I don’t like the firearm and want to sell it, I would want to get that serial number out from under my name from when I did that background check. Am I wrong? Does anybody know for sure that they don’t keep record of serial numbers?
     
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  16. fredball

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    1 year ago they were 20.00 talk about price increase
     
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  17. Slobray

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    If they didn't keep records of serial numbers, then why would they require it to be on the paperwork?



    Ray
     
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  18. Delasangre4231

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    I guarantee they keep serial numbers. I just got a certified letter from the US Department of Justice saying the DEA seized a handful of guns in Salem while on a raid. One was an AK47 I once owned. The letter didn't accuse me of anything but gave me the option to claim it and try and get it back. I still had/have the bill of sale and contacted the guy I sold it to, who didn't seem to have any idea so he must have sold it later. But that is all I think is necessary. If you sell privately keep a bill of their license and or CCW numbers and signature.
     
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