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    In the Tampa Florida area the fees range from $20 to $150. In Florida if the sale is between 2 individules you do not need to use a FFL dealer.

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    I talked to a local dealer about doing this for me, not only did he want $40, he also said he had to charge me tax on the gun, said it's against the law not to. I bought a gun from him and got a decent deal but I don't like being lied to so I won't go back. He was full of crap about the tax, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by warrior2910 View Post
    I talked to a local dealer about doing this for me, not only did he want $40, he also said he had to charge me tax on the gun, said it's against the law not to. I bought a gun from him and got a decent deal but I don't like being lied to so I won't go back. He was full of crap about the tax, right?
    I am in central Wisconsin and we have bought a few handguns from Buds online and shipped to a local firearms dealer and they charge $35 for the transfer and the background check is $13. We never paid any sales tax as it was already bought and paid for. Not sure why they would charge you any tax.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warrior2910 View Post
    I talked to a local dealer about doing this for me, not only did he want $40, he also said he had to charge me tax on the gun, said it's against the law not to. I bought a gun from him and got a decent deal but I don't like being lied to so I won't go back. He was full of crap about the tax, right?
    Not necessarily. Some states require taxing out of state purchases. There's been a movement going on now for a few years, to place a tax on ALL inter-net purchases. Wouldn't surprise me at all if it actually goes thru in a few years......or less.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paratrooper View Post
    Not necessarily. Some states require taxing out of state purchases. There's been a movement going on now for a few years, to place a tax on ALL inter-net purchases. Wouldn't surprise me at all if it actually goes thru in a few years......or less.
    Right, BUT your not buying the gun from them. Whoever you buy from on the internet are the ones to collect any taxes. Some business's do, and some dont. Technically, in Wisconsin anyways, if the online business dont collect sales tax, you are suppose to report the purchase and pay the sales tax. That firearms dealer shouldnt be charging sales tax unless they sold you the gun.

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