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Marc1911

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I apologize if this is not the proper place to post this question but nothing else made sense.

I have several pistols on consignment at a local dealer. Is is acceptable and appropriate for me to post the items on the for sale boards, listing the dealer as the contact person? The ad would make it very clear that while I own the firearm the dealer is acting as my agent.

Thank you in advance for a response, I don't want to step on anyones toes.
 

Joe Link

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Good question, thank you for asking. I don't see a problem with it so long as you're the one posting (not the dealer) and you're making it clear. If this becomes a problem we'll address it at that time :)
 

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