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    What does Collesum and long island outdoorsman charge for p2p transfer?

    #2
    Call them

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      #3
      Puhtaytoh!

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        #4
        Originally posted by JPS439 View Post
        What does Collesum and long island outdoorsman charge for p2p transfer?


        They will charge you more for spelling their name wrong lol. I really don't know the current amount. It's always best to call for yourself, as things can change over time, and you don't want to go there thinking one price, and then find out it's changed(=more$$)

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          #5
          I always feel weird doing a transfer at a gun store. I feel like I am taking business away from them.
          "No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms."
          - Thomas Jefferson

          "Americans have the right and advantage of being armed, unlike the people of other countries, whose leaders are afraid to trust them with arms."
          - James Madison

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          • Barnslayer
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            Especially if it's something they've got in stock. If not, it's a matter of timing and will they order it for you to see?
            Personally, I prefer to see it in person first. That way I'm also giving the local guy the first dibs on the sale.

          #6
          Originally posted by JPS439 View Post
          What does Collesum and long island outdoorsman charge for p2p transfer?
          True story. LI Outdoorsman (at the old location) once quoted me $100 bucks for a transfer of a $300 long gun. And I've done business with them before. Unless you have a relationship with the shop many don't really want to do the transfer, and in my example that was the "fuck off" price quote. So basically they can charge what they want though even then LIO had $35 listed on their website for long-guns. Some others stay closer to the $25 "normal" rate. Anyhoo I re-read and saw P2P. Should be 10 bucks per state.

          Some shops are much better about it, but going to a dedicate FFL that does transfers like Volko or Jerry's is friendly, easy and the most affordable route. P2P is 10 bucks at Jerrys.
          Last edited by Destro; 05-16-2016, 02:21 PM.

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            #7
            +1 volko and it is not far from CG.

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              #8
              somewhat off topic. Bensons charges 10 dollars for a person to person rifle transfer. he only charges the person receiving the transfer. I have only been there once, he seems like he runs a nice store.

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                #9
                We charge $10. We only do long guns and receivers.

                Only thing we ask is a bit of patience sometimes. I'm not going to ignore you while eating whatever meal i'm eating, but if phones are ringing and forklifts are dropping things.....I may seem a bit preoccupied.

                I do reserve the right to eat while running a background check though.

                -vick
                High quality building supplies since 1948! Friendly FFL transfers of long guns, receivers, and ammunition. Feel free to call us at 516 741 4466

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                  #10
                  Originally posted by volkosupply View Post
                  We charge $10. We only do long guns and receivers.

                  Only thing we ask is a bit of patience sometimes. I'm not going to ignore you while eating whatever meal i'm eating, but if phones are ringing and forklifts are dropping things.....I may seem a bit preoccupied.

                  I do reserve the right to eat while running a background check though.

                  -vick
                  After the classy move your dad did for the group last week at the inaugural LIGC meetup, he can eat, dilly dally or sing songs while we wait.
                  You on the other hand, weren't there so no food for you!!
                  A man can never have too much red wine, too many books, or too much ammunition.

                  - Rudyard Kipling

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                    #11
                    Originally posted by Bobbytaz View Post
                    I always feel weird doing a transfer at a gun store. I feel like I am taking business away from them.
                    I agree. That is why I do all of my transfers with Volko. In addition to courteous service with a smile, I always have interesting conversation, and learn something new.

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                      #12
                      Originally posted by pandm View Post

                      After the classy move your dad did for the group last week at the inaugural LIGC meetup, he can eat, dilly dally or sing songs while we wait.
                      You on the other hand, weren't there so no food for you!!
                      true story, rone used to sing on the way home from rifle matches when I was a junior. it was mostly to keep us awake.

                      an informal poll may reveal that people prefer if I eat....seriously there needs to be more vicktor around. Destro eats meals bigger than my daily intake.
                      High quality building supplies since 1948! Friendly FFL transfers of long guns, receivers, and ammunition. Feel free to call us at 516 741 4466

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