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WTS OR S&W M&P Shield .40

Discussion in 'Handgun Classifieds' started by tsarp90, Dec 5, 2015.

  1. tsarp90

    tsarp90 Hillsboro New Member

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    This Shield has approximately 100 rounds through it and shows very little wear. As you can tell from the picture, this is the non-thumb safety version. I have the original box still as well. Of course it will come both mags as well. If you want a picture of certain areas on the gun let me know and I will be happy to provide them.

    $375 and you pay transfer fee/background check. Not really into any trades but it doesn't hurt to ask.

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  2. JScott

    JScott Vancouver, WA New Member

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    Interested. I'm in Vancouver, does that pose a problem?
     
  3. tsarp90

    tsarp90 Hillsboro New Member

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    As long as you are willing to go through whatever the legal route is to sell out of state then no I don't see any problem at all.

    Upon some research it appears as though I would have to ship it from and ffl dealer here to an ffl dealer of your choice up there. I have no problem doing this for you as long as you pay shipping. Please correct me if I am wrong about this being the legal way to go about this. Or if anyone else reads this thread and knows the proper way, your advise would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  4. B5Ben

    B5Ben Boise Well-Known Member

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    I *believe* you can take it to a WA FFL and do the transfer in person. You dont need to ship, just present it at an FFL willing to do private transfers and you should be good to go. Give one a call, I am sure they will be able to tell you pretty quick.
     
  5. orygun

    orygun West Linn Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    This is correct. If it was a rifle, the purchaser can buy it in the seller's state, but a handgun needs to to be presented to the FFL in the state the purchaser resides.
    I sold a pistol to a Washington resident last year. I had to take it to his FFL, but that's less hassle than shipping it would have been.

    Sorry for the hi-jack.\
     
  6. tsarp90

    tsarp90 Hillsboro New Member

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    Thank you both for your input. I will give an FFL up there a call tomorrow to verify. I would rather drive up there than ship it anyways.
     
  7. JScott

    JScott Vancouver, WA New Member

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    If youre willing to come up to Vancouver, I would be willing to pay for your trip. The shield 40 is exactly what I was looking for. I will look for a dealer downtown Vancouver that can get it done.
     
  8. JScott

    JScott Vancouver, WA New Member

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    Sounds like it would take two trips. The first is the application process and the second is the transfer. Maybe too much to ask. Let me know.
     
  9. accessbob

    accessbob Molalla, OR 2A Supporter

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    I transferred a gun to someone in Vancouver. All I had to do was go to Fin and Feather in Ridgefield (they were the FFL doing the transfer) and they did the paperwork from the buyer, and then called it in and it was good to go.
     
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  10. tsarp90

    tsarp90 Hillsboro New Member

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    Thanks for the input Bob. I am unsure why it would take two separate trips but we will see what I hear back tomorrow from a couple places.

    Anyone done a private sale at any FFL dealers in Vancouver?
     
  11. orygun

    orygun West Linn Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    http://swwsurplus.com/

    I was an Oregon seller to a Washington resident and this is where we met.
    I, too, don't understand the "two trips" thing.
     
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  12. smiley

    smiley portland Member

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    you still have the shield?