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03-12-09, 01:42 PM #1
I've been browsing the web a lot lately, (product of being on light duty), and I've come across a few firearms broker and auction sites. Anyone have experience with any of these? Recommendations?
Any FFL holders on O/R have a better idea on wholesaler resources for a buyer (with FFL support)?
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03-12-09, 03:51 PM #2
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03-12-09, 06:29 PM #3
email@example.com He goes by Tom or Chewy...
Hannibal is also an FFL and he owns an LE Store so try him too.Grumpy bastard sick of it all!
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03-12-09, 06:46 PM #4Master OfficerVerified LEO
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I bought a gun from auctionarms.com while in college and then used the yellow pages to find a gun store then contacted them explained the situation and she charged me $20 to use her FFL. No problems very easy.Un-ass my AO!!
03-12-09, 11:09 PM #5
I have used Gunbroker several times without complaint.
Possessed of an FFL, or with a relationship with an FFL at a reasonable rate, you can buy direct from the distributor.I'm your huckleberry...
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03-28-09, 10:24 PM #6
+1 for gunbroker. It is easy to use and alot of product on there. I just sold my LMT AR15 on there. I put it on a 7 day auction and it was viewed over 2200 times in just seven days
03-28-09, 11:09 PM #7Oppressor of Crackheads
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I think Gun Broker is a good site. Its like anything else, check their user ratings and if a guy has 4 transactions forget it. Buy from somebody who's got a bunch with a good rating and you're pretty damn secure. Have 'em ship it to a local FFL and you're golden.
05-06-09, 11:01 PM #8
I know this thread's a bit stale, but I got my Kimber TLE off Gunbroker. GunsAmerica is another one that's similar. The FFL on my end was a fellow cop - I had zero problems.
I would probably only use them for obscure weapons, though. I've got a local dealer who cuts cops a break, plus there's this guy named Chewy **cough** who could hook me up.
Hell, once my house purchase goes through, I might get a safe and get my own FFL. Between that and getting Class III stuff, I'd be set up proper!
05-18-09, 03:52 AM #9
Definate A+ for Gunbroker. Never had a problem with it.My computer once beat me at Chess but it was no match for me at Kick Boxing
05-26-09, 06:08 PM #10
Another A+ for gunbroker... MANY great experiences."Aim small, miss small."
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