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    in south arkansas $20 for a single and $10 for multiples. sometimes i get the FFL dealer on a good day and it is $10 for the first and $5 for the extras--

    i need to order some more RIA 1911 frames--LOL!

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    My local shop charges $40.00 A bit high but they are good guys. Really pisses me off when transferring receivers.

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    $20 or $25 depending where you go around here.

    I always just order my stuff myself and have it delivered and one guy I do business with likes it that way. Especially sense there's no real mark up to speak of on most things nowadays. That way, he doesn't have to stock items that may or may not sell quickly, that way. Some still won't do it though, but they tend to be the a-typical gougers anyways,,,which I won't do business with anyhow. The C&R stuff just comes to my door direct.

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    I'm still baffled. How come you need to involve a third party to buy a gun ? I can't understand why anyone other than the seller and buyer needs to be involved.
    because in many states its illegal to do a face to face an its illeagle to ship a gun a buyer directly in a state you dont live in . It has to go through a FFL by the current laws we have .

    please don't ask why the we have the laws .

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    ^^^^ What Mr. 1biggun said is exactly correct.

    I don't particularly like it, but like 99.99999999% of gun owners, we follow the letter of the law.

    Dot them i's and cross them t's and you will never have a problem (for now at least).

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    Most shops in this area are in the $20 - 30 range, some are higher, for background checks and sometimes more for private transfers.
    The one shop I like to go to charges $5 for the background check for firearms bought from him, but anything shipped in he adds $25 (use to be 10 about three years ago).
    "Government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem" Ronald Reagan

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    I guess I'm just glad to be able to give my sons their granddads hunting guns.in this state anyway.

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    Cry me a river boys....

    Here in the PRK, it is $100 per firearm (as of Jan 1st).

    This is not the FFL doing it, it is the State and all of the BS paperwork. It takes hours of FFL time to complete and track. And Believe me, they hate it too.

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    100 dollars for a transfer? Kali folks win the "Order of the Golden Screw" award.

    Holy Crap Batman!

    I don't know what to say!

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    Bellson I guess I know the answer but no face to face? If you purchase from an out of state individual dealer to dealer still a 100 bucks? Would it not be cheaper to buy a parts set and assemble on your on receiver? Been thinking about that recently. Don't know California rules that well.teach me please sir.I always want to learn the idiosyncrasies between the states. How's your nephew doing? He's been in my prayers every day.

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