RUGER 10-22 NEW IN THE BOX WITH NO RESER - $168.88
Beretta Model 92FS Semi Auto Pistol-HI - $355.00
Howa/Hogue Model 1500 Muddy Girl Bolt A - $265.00
STAR ARMS - MADE IN SPAIN MODEL SUPER - - $395.00
Benelli Model M2 Field Semi Automatic S - $519.89
Springfield Armory Model XD-45 Semi Aut - $221.00
Taurus Model 85 Protector Poly DA Revol - $140.69
RUGER P89DC IN 9MM STAINLESS WITH NO RES - $262.00
Walther Model PK380 Angel Blue Semi Aut - $201.75
SMITH & WESSON INC MOD. 59 W/2-15RD MAG - $360.00
Remington 742 Woodsmaster Carbine - 30- - $209.00
Ruger M77R - 338 Win - $460.00
COLT 1911 45 STAINLESS ACP NEW IN BOX NO - $655.00
JAPAN ARISAKA Model 99 - 7.7 - $125.00
J. Stevens Arms Co. Model 240 Over-Unde - $340.00
J. Stevens Arms Co. Double Barrel Shotg - $170.00
Colts Patents Arms Manufacturing Company - $450.00
Colts Patents Arms Manufacturing Company - $2,565.00
Colts Patents Arms Manufacturing Company - $115.00
BENELLI MODEL VINCI REALTREE W/CASE, CH - $606.00
P. BERETTA DUCKS UNLIMITED A390 ST SILV - $590.00
Ruger Ruger 22/45 MK III .22 Pistol Sup - $275.00
NEW ENGLAND FIREARMS Handi-Rifle .223 R - $205.00
Is It Legal To Buy Guns Online?
By Manny DelaCruz
That's a question we get asked quite a bit. The answer, of course,
is yes. GunAuction.com doesn't actually deal in the transfer of
firearms. What we deal in, is the bidding process for those who
want to sell their guns.
I'll give you an example: Let's say I want to buy a new gun from a
gun shop. I go in, fill out all the appropriate
paperwork, and pay my money. Then, after the end of my waiting
period (most states don't have waiting periods, but some do), I go in and pick up my new toy.
How is using GunAuction.com different? Well, you'll still have to go
in and sign papers, and go through the same legal process of
transferring ownership of that gun as if you were buying
the gun from the gun shop (unless you're an FFL holder, yourself.)
Buying something at auction gives you the opportunity to find that
something at a much lower price.
Of course, that won't always be
the case. If something is really in demand, you might actually pay
more for that item when you buy it at auction. But the chances are,
if you're looking for something pretty normal, you're going to get
a great price for it. And with a gun shop, you're pretty well stuck with the gun shop's prices.
You may shop around from dealer to dealer, but most gun shops have the same prices
because they're buying from the same distributors. With online auctions, you're getting
a lot of used guns - which have great prices!
With online auctions, you don't have the convenience of handling the gun before buying
it. But with GunAuction.com, you have a 3-Day Inspection Period, and if you don't like the gun, you can return it!
And with the ability to post a review
of the person you're purchasing from, you're a lot better off online.
How are the transfers managed? If you win your gun at auction,
you then find someone in your area who is an FFL holder. An FFL
(Federal Firearms License) holder is someone authorized by the Federal
government to manage the transfer of guns. Most people who post
guns at this site are FFL holders. Any store that sells guns
is usually an FFL. They'll be able to manage the transfer
of your gun from the Seller to you. Of course, that means you'll have
to go find an FFL holder, but there are over 90,000 in this country -
we don't think that'll be a problem. Just visit your local gun store,
they'll know what you're talking about. You can always use our
to find an FFL near you.
We're not going to "gild the lily" when it comes to the process.
It takes patience to wait for your gun to show up at the dealer.
But going through the process of bidding on an item is fun, and you might
as well get a good deal for your money.
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